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United Electric 10-C12 Spectra Series 10 Compact Cylindrical Pressure Switch Nema4 1/2" NPT 20" Lead 30-600 PSI

United Electric 10-C12 Spectra Series 10 Compact Cylindrical Pressure Switch Nema4 1/2" NPT 20" Lead 30-600 PSI
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United Electric 10-C12 Spectra Series 10 Compact Cylindrical Pressure Switch Nema4 1/2" NPT 20" Lead 30-600 PSI

United Electric 10-C12 Spectra Series 10 Compact Cylindrical Pressure Switch Nema4 1/2" NPT 20" Lead 30-600 PSI

SKU: 10-C12
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10-C12
The 10-C12 is a compact cylindrical SPDT pressure switch that has a 1/2" NPT process connection with 20" lead wires.  It has a 30 to 600 psi adjustable setpoint range, 8 to 60 psi deadband (dead zone), 2500 psi over-range, and 3000 psi proof pressure.  UL-recognized and CE-compliant.

The series 10 pressure switch is suitable for high settings and surge applications.  The unit is constructed with a NEMA 4 aluminum enclosure and Buna-N diaphragm that resist vibration & can withstand temperatures of up to 200°F (93°C).

The 10-C12 is easy to install with 7 electrical terminations and a 1/8" NPT brass pressure connection allowing tamper-resistant field adjustment.
 
Pressure Connection 1/8" NPT
Process Connection 1/2" NPT
Over Range Pressure 2,500 psi
Deadband Pressure 8 to 60 psi
Adjustable Set Point Pressure Range 30 to 600 psi
Enclosure Material Aluminum
Proof Pressure 3,000 psi
Maximum Operating Temperature 200°F (93°C)
Approvals UL-listed and CE-compliant
Enclosure Rating NEMA 4

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Q: 
on the 10-C12 pressure switch can you adjust the amount of dead zone
Asked on Jan 25, 2019 by Dennis from Long Beach, Ca
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A: 
You can find instructions on how to adjust the pressure switch by downloading the technical documents on the product detail page.
Generally the deadband zone will narrow as the pressure range is adjusted down.
Replied on Jan 25, 2019 by Ron from Industrial Stores