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Adjustable temperature switch 132T
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adjustable temperature switch
adjustable temperature switch
adjustable temperature switch
adjustable temperature switch
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Characteristics

Type
adjustable
Protection level
SIL
Other characteristics
compact
Temperature

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 82 °C (180 °F)

Description

Product Description Compact, adjustable, direct mount temperature switch featuring the efficient Nega-Rate® Belleville disc spring for set point stability and vibration resistance. Specifications Electrical: Snap action electrical switch recognized by Underwriters’ Laboratories, Inc. and CSA International Electrical Connection: 1/2 NPT male conduit connection with PVC insulated 18 AWG, 18" long leads Process Connection: 1/2 NPT Male Direct mount System Pressure: 1500 psig maximum Proof Pressure: 2250 psig Adjustment: Internal, slotted adjustment nut with range scale Temperature Range: Ambient: -40°F to +180°F (-40°C to +82°C) Shipping Weight: Approximately 2.5 pounds Electrical Form C 11 amp, 1/4 hp at 125 or 250 VAC; 5 amp résistive, 3 amp inductive at 28 VDC; .5 amp résistive at 125 VDC CC 11 amp, 1/4 hp at 125 or 250 VAC; 5 amp résistive, 3 amp inductive at 28 VDC; .5 amp résistive at 125 VDC Enctosure 3 Meets or exceeds the requirements of NEMA Type 3, 3R, 3S, 4, 4X and 13 Miscellaneous A Epoxy paint exterior — extra protection for severe environments D SIL approval and marking, per IEC61508 (includes FMEA report) I 3/4 NPT conduit box with terminal strip J Annealed stainless Steel port screws for H2S environments M Gold electrical contacts for extremely low current applications R 72" Electrical free leads X CE Mark Spécial (Consult représentative or factory) •Thermowells •Non-catalog adjustable range and/or set point and deadband •Non-standard probe lengths
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