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Liquid pressure switch P95
diaphragmstainless steelhigh-pressure

liquid pressure switch
liquid pressure switch
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Characteristics

Fluid
for liquids
Technology
diaphragm
Other characteristics
stainless steel, high-pressure, relative
Process temperature

Min.: -40 °F (-40 °C)

Max.: 257 °F (125 °C)

Pressure range

Min.: 0.75 psi

Max.: 4,000 psi

Description

The Whitman Controls P95 Severe Environment Pressure switches are built to operate in harsh conditions and are typically used in vehicle applications both off road and on. As these switches are NEMA 6 rated, they are weather proof and briefly submersible. Resiliency in high pres¬sure conditions is the key differentiator relative to its P90 sister switch, with the ability to withstand hydraulic spikes to 4,000 psig. Ideal use is on log skidders, tractors, cranes and numerous other applications where pressure spikes, shock, vibration and weather are of primary concern. Key Features: • Ability to withstand hydraulic spikes to 4,000 psig • Shock resistant up to 150G • Vibration durability of 10Hz to 2,000Hz @ 10G’s • Water resistant up to 1,000 PSIG high pressure spray • Cold Storage up to -67oF (-55oF) • NEMA 6 Rated: Weather-proof and briefly submersible • Set point options: Factory set to customer specification, non- adjustable •Extensive operating temperature range Specifications: • Set point range: 0.75 to 400 PSIG • Max System pressure: 4000 PSIG • Temperature range: -40oF to +257oF (-40oC to +125oC) • Amps: 1-11 Amps Max • Sensor Element: Diaphragm • Weight: 7oz (varies with electrical interface selection) • Cycling: Not to exceed 20 CPM • Wetted Parts: Diaphragm: Viton Lower Body: 303 Stainless steel Standard Thread: ⅛” NPT Optional Threads: 12-20 SAE, other fittings available in quantities

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