Piston pressure switch P605
for liquidsstainless steeladjustable

piston pressure switch
piston pressure switch
piston pressure switch
piston pressure switch
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Characteristics

Technology
piston
Fluid
for liquids
Material
stainless steel
Other characteristics
adjustable, custom, high-precision
Process temperature

Min.: -65 °F (-54 °C)

Max.: 225 °F (107 °C)

Pressure range

Min.: 200 psi

Max.: 9,000 psi

Description

The Whitman Controls P605 High Pressure High Set Point High Accuracy Pressure Switches are a line of severe application controls that can with¬stand massive pressure spikes from hydraulic systems. These switches can see pressure spikes to 9,000 psig without comprising switch integrity or functionality. They also afford the end user higher set points to com¬plement more severe environments and low set point repeatability. The P605 switches feature adjustable Military or DIN electrical connectors plus numerous fitting options to meet any custom design. Key Features: • Set point options: Factory set, field adjustable, or a combination • Extensive operating temperature range • Wide range of electrical interfaces available • SPDT or SPST availability • Extremely durable with the ability to withstand pressure spikes to 9,000 psig • Higher set points to complement more severe environments 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: 7.0 oz (varies slightly with electrical interface selection) • Cycling: Not to exceed 20 CPM • Wetted Parts: Limp Diaphragm: Kapton Seal: Loctite #271 O-Ring: Viton standard, Teflon available Adapter / Fitting: 303 Stainless steel Standard Thread: ¼-18 NPT male Optional Threads: ⅛-27 NPT male, 7/16-20 UNF male
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