76052 - 

Pressure Switch, 5000 Series, 1/8"-27 NPT, 14 psi, 24 psi, SPST-NO, Stud, Screw

76052 - Pressure Switch, 5000 Series, 1/8"-27 NPT, 14 psi, 24 psi, SPST-NO, Stud, Screw

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The 76052 is a Pressure Switch with standard terminal. It is made up of plated steel base and glass reinforced polyester cover. The 5000 series switch is specifically designed to stand up to extended duty applications. This switch features single-pole single-throw normally open normally closed. It is factory set but capable of field adjustment. It features a Kapton polyimide film diaphragm for compatibility with a wide variety of fluids and various terminations including a Metric-Pack connector that forms a tight seal when connected. Among the outstanding design benefits are its durable construction, compact size and enhanced set point integrity.
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1/8"-27 NPT
5000 Series
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