- Reason for Substitution: End of life
- Substitution date: 09 July 2020
Main range of productOsiSense XM pressure sensor nameACW pressure sensor typeElectromechanical pressure sensor product specific applicationFor regulation between 2 thresholds scale typeAdjustable differential contacts type and composition2 C/O simultaneous, snap action cable entry1 entry tapped for ISO M20 cable gland fluid connection typeG 1/4 (female) conforming to ISO 228 materials in contact with fluidPhosphor bronze pressure sensor size1.4 bar adjustable range of switching point on falling pressure0.07…1.4 bar adjustable range of switching point on rising pressure0.21…2 bar pressure actuatorBellows electrical circuit typeControl circuit Complementary electrical connectionScrew-clamp terminals, clamping capacity: 1 x 1...2 x 2.5 mm² controlled fluidAir (-73…125 °C)Hydraulic oil (-73…125 °C)Non-corrosive fluid (-73…125 °C) short-circuit protection10 A cartridge fuse, type gG enclosure materialZinc alloy possible differential minimum at low setting0.14 bar possible differential minimum at high setting0.14 bar possible differential maximum at low setting0.7 bar possible differential maximum at high setting0.7 bar maximum permissible pressure - per cycle2 bar mechanical durability1000000 cycles settingExternal local displayWithout terminals description ISO n°1(1-2)NC(3-4)NO width88 mm height190 mm depth68 mm net weight1.75 kg Environment protective treatmentTC standardsCEEN/IEC 60947-5-1 product certificationsUL recognizedEACCSA IP degree of protectionIP65 conforming to EN/IEC 60529 ambient air temperature for operation-56…85 °C Packing Units Unit Type of Package 1PCE Number of Units in Package 11 Package 1 Weight1.542 kg Package 1 Height7.5 cm Package 1 width10 cm Package 1 Length20.5 cm Offer Sustainability EU RoHS DirectiveNot applicable, out of EU RoHS legal scope
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