• PRESSURE SWITCH FANAL 30-250 BAR
    PRESSURE SWITCH FANAL 30-250 BAR PRESSURE SWITCH FANAL 30-250 BAR
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    Overview

    Original OEM no. 1010072 , FF4-250 PAH

    Upper switchpoint: 30 .... 250 bar
    Lower switchpoint: 14 .... 226 bar
    Smallest difference lower: 12 / 24 bar (upper / lower end of range)
    Max.operating pressure: 400 bar
    Max. test pressure: 500 bar
    Standard setting: 100 / 200 bar
    Connector G 3/8" stainless steel
    weight ca. 0,6 kg
    Ambient temperature range -20 .... +70°C
    Perm. medium temperature 0 .... +70°C
    Protection acc.too DIN 40 050/IEC 529 with rubber grommet IP 54 (Standard)
    Protection acc.too DIN 40 050/IEC 529 with cable glands M20 IP 65
    Rated operating current at AC1 230V 16A
    Rated operating current at AC1 400V 10A
    Rated operating current at AC15 230V 6A
    Rated operating current at DC13 230V 0,1A
    Permissible motor power 1 230V 0,55 kW

    The pressure at port pressure of the monitored medium is - depending on the pressure range - on a flat membrane and operated via a lever system and springs on a cascade switch. It guarantees flutterfree switching. The switches operate independent of the position.

    If there is no pressure on the membrane the contact 1-2 is closed. Pump or compressor may start.
    If the set upper switching point is reached, contact 1-2 opens and contact 1-4 closes. Pump or compressor will be switched off.

    Contact 1-2 will only be restored when the pressure on the membrane has dropped to the set lower switching point. The upper and lower switching point can be adjusted with a screwdriver independently. For each switching point, a scale exists.
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    PRESSURE SWITCH FANAL 30-250 BAR

    Product Code: 91120

    Datasheet

    Technical Specs

    Contact 10 A - 380 V (Ac1)
    Max 250 Bar
    90°C
    3/8" F
    Height:140mm
    Press:30-250 Bar
    Type:Ff4-250

    Weight: 0.1600 kg
    R+M 2018 catalogue Page 77 Supplementary catalogue issue 13 Page 50