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ACW25M129012 Picture of product Schneider Electric


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pressure switch ACW 5.2 bar - adjustable scale 2 thresholds - 2CO

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    OsiSense XM
    pressure sensor name
    pressure sensor type
    Electromechanical pressure sensor
    product specific application
    For regulation between 2 thresholds
    scale type
    Adjustable differential
    contacts type and composition
    2 C/O simultaneous, snap action
    cable entry
    1 entry tapped for Pg 13.5 cable gland, cable outer diameter: 9…13 mm conforming to NF C 68-300
    fluid connection type
    G 1/4 (female) conforming to ISO 228
    materials in contact with fluid
    Phosphor bronze
    pressure sensor size
    5.2 bar
    adjustable range of switching point on falling pressure
    0.07…5.2 bar
    adjustable range of switching point on rising pressure
    0.48…6.6 bar
    pressure actuator
    electrical circuit type
    Control circuit
    electrical connection
    Screw-clamp terminals, clamping capacity: 1 x 1...2 x 2.5 mm²
    controlled fluid
    Air (-73…125 °C)
    Hydraulic oil (-73…125 °C)
    Non-corrosive fluid (-73…125 °C)
    short-circuit protection
    10 A cartridge fuse, type gG
    enclosure material
    Zinc alloy
    possible differential minimum at low setting
    0.41 bar
    possible differential minimum at high setting
    0.41 bar
    possible differential maximum at low setting
    1.4 bar
    possible differential maximum at high setting
    1.4 bar
    maximum permissible pressure - per cycle
    7 bar
    mechanical durability
    1000000 cycles