Dwyer Series P4 PPS Piston Flow Switch

Dwyer Series P4 Flow Switch features a molded plastic construction for enhanced performance. Monitor liquids with fixed set points from 0.1 to 1.5 GPM. Choose normally open or normally closed SPST or SPDT hermetically sealed reed switch technology.

The industrial switch features PPS (polyphenylene sulfide) R4 housing and piston, 316SS spring, fluoroelastomer O-ring, and Epoxy. The inlet and outlet ports are 9/16″-18 UNF- 2B thread with optional 1/8″ and 1/4″ NPT or 1/2″ barbed adapters.

Shuttle or piston flow switches are sensors with an electrical contact output at a specific flow rate. Models are used with oil, air, water, and gases. Applications include oil flow control, low flow detection in cooling lines, and high-pressure lubrication systems. Rugged construction and excellent chemical compatibility simplify flow/no flow detection.

Dwyer Series P4 Features

  • Monitor liquids with fixed set points from 0.1 to 1.5 GPM
  • The industrial switch features PPS (polyphenylene sulfide) R4 housing and piston
  • 316SS spring, fluoroelastomer O-ring and Epoxy
  • The inlet and outlet ports are 9/16″-18 UNF- 2B thread with optional 1/8″ and 1/4″ NPT or 1/2″ barbed adapters

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Specification

Service Compatible liquids.
Wetted Materials Housing and Piston: PPS (polyphenylene sulfide) R4; Spring: 316 SS; O-ring: Fluoroelastomer; Other: Epoxy.
Temperature Limits 0 to 225°F (17 to 107°C).
Pressure Limits 250 psig (17 bar) @ 54°F (12°C).
Accuracy ±15% of set point.
Repeatability ±1%.
Switch Type SPST or SPDT.
Electrical Rating 17 A @ 120 VAC, .08 A @ 240 VAC, .13 A @ 120 VDC, .06 A @ 240 VDC.
Electrical Connection 18 AWG, 24″ (60.96 cm), PVC lead wires.
Process Connection 9/16-18 UNF-2B or choice of connection adapters (sold separately.)
Mounting Orientation Any position. Set points shown are based on vertical, inlet down position.
Required Filtration 50 microns or better.
Weight 4 oz (0.11 kg).
Agency Approval CE.

Download Data Sheet: Series P4 PPS Piston Flow Switch

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