Airflow Switch, Auto Reset, SPDT
- Item# 2KGR4
- Mfr. Model# 141-0574
- Catalog Page# 3800
- UNSPSC# 39121538
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- Item Airflow Switch
- Type Auto Reset
- Differential (In. WC) 0.06 to 0.6
- Switch Type SPDT
- Pressure Setting Range (In. WC) 0.05 to 1.0
- Electrical Rating 15 Amps @ 120 to 277
- Sample Line Connector 1/4" O.D.
- Height (In.) 6-1/2
- Width (In.) 4-3/4
- Depth (In.) 3-3/4
- Mounting Holes O.C. (In.) 3-7/8
- Mounting Location Vertical
- Operating Temp. Range (F) -40 to 180
- Application Requiring Positive Proof Of Airflow Or To Detect High Differential Pressures Associated With Dirty Air Filters Or Similar Maintenance Alarms Not Requiring Safety Lock Of The Fan
- Features Two Connectors
- Function The Diaphragm Operates A Spring Lever To Actuate The Snap Switch, The Manual Reset Switch Keeps The Electrical Contact Open Until Pushed To Reset. Turning The Adjustment Knob Clockwise Increases The Setpoint
- Agency Compliance UL, CSA
- Includes Nuts And Ferrules
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