Differential-pressure electronic switch

Differential-pressure electronic switch continuously monitors and communicates its own status to provide peace of mind in critical applications and to increase process uptime. Signals for "working" and "switched" modes are communicated both locally and remotely.

10/01/2000


Differential-pressure electronic switch continuously monitors and communicates its own status to provide peace of mind in critical applications and to increase process uptime. Signals for "working" and "switched" modes are communicated both locally and remotely. Devices are designed to monitor dry air and noncorrosive gases but are also appropriate for air-handling and -filtering applications in air ducts, purge cabinets and HVAC systems, as well as fluid density, flow measurement and fan control. Local digital display and user-friendly programming make the device simple to install and test. (United Electric Controls) Circle 2





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