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Gas pressure switch J705L
for oilfor waterpiston

gas pressure switch
gas pressure switch
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Characteristics

Fluid
for gas, for oil, for water
Technology
piston
Other characteristics
high-pressure
Process temperature

Max.: 225 °F (107 °C)

Min.: -65 °F (-54 °C)

Pressure range

Max.: 9,000 psi

Min.: 200 psi

Description

The Whitman Controls J705L NEMA IV Rated Economical High Pressure High Set Point Pressure Switches are among our most durable switches, with the ability to withstand significant pressure spikes while affording the end user high set point optionality. These are the weather-proof, liquid-resistant version of the J705 suitable for outside applications or in areas of condensing humidity. These switches are designed for use with various Oils, Water and assorted gases. They are good with Impeller Spikes from pumps. They are available with several internal o-ring op-tions, assorted fittings and electrical connectors. Key Features: • Extremely resilient with the ability to withstand pressure spikes to 9,000 psig • High durability with high set point options • NEMA 4 Rated • Weather-proof and liquid-resistant • Set point options: Factory set to customer specification, non- adjustable • Extensive operating temperature range • Wide range of electrical interfaces available • SPDT or SPST availability Specifications: • Set point range: 200 to 6,000 PSIG • Max System pressure: 9,000 PSIG • Temperature range: -65oF to +225oF (-54oC to +107oC) • Amps: 5 Amps Max • Sensor Element: Piston • Weight: 4.0 oz (varies slightly with electrical interface selection) • Cycling: Not to exceed 20 CPM • Wetted Parts: Piston: 17-4 PH O-Ring: Buna N standard, special materials available upon request Fitting: 303 Stainless steel Standard Thread: ⅛-27 NPT male

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