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Air pressure and vacuum switch 123010A, 123010
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air pressure and vacuum switch
air pressure and vacuum switch
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Characteristics

Fluid
for air
Technology
electronic
Other characteristics
compact, digital, with digital display, programmable
Process temperature

Max.: 50 °C (122 °F)

Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)

Pressure range

Max.: 3 bar (43.51 psi)

Min.: -1 bar (-14.5 psi)

Description

Digital vacuum switches Changes the shape of these digital vacuum switches with respect to those previously described, from cylindrical to parallelepiped. However, the container in which they are enclosed remains in ABS and is also especially compact and extremely light to allow for its installation on board automatisms and near use. These carefully calibrated devices are able to provide very accurate measurement values. The detected values are shown on the display, making it unnecessary to use a vacuum gauge. The panel includes two LED indicators, one green and one red, which indicate the switching status of the two digital output signals. The switching outputs are completely independent. The switching points within the scale values, including hysteresis from 0 to 100% of the set value, are easily programmable via the buttons located on the control panel. Other additional functions can be configured, such as the comparisons between values, NO and NC contacts, the choice of the units of measure, the blocking of functions and programmed values, etc. The vacuum connection can be made by means of a G 1/8” male or M5 female double threading connection. Electrical connection for item 12 30 10 is push-in with a M8-4 pin threaded jack. A connection cable can be provided in PUR upon request with corresponding axial or radial connector.

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