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C911-P Pressure Switch for Gas and Air

  • Pressure switch for gas and air
  • Suitable for rising, falling, or differential pressure
  • Monitors natural gas, LPG (gaseous), and air
  • An LED indicates the state of the switch
  • All models have NPT connection
  • One normally open and one normally closed contact in each switch
  • Compact construction, easy installation
  • FM approved
Pressure Switch for Gas and Air C911-P

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Ordering Information

Model and Description Model Connection Pressure Range Stock Price Cart
C911-P3
Connection: ¼" NPT; Pressure Range: 0.16 - 1.2 WC
C911-P3 ¼" NPT 0.16 - 1.2 WC
C911-P5
Connection: ¼" NPT; Pressure Range: 0.2 - 2 WC
C911-P5 ¼" NPT 0.2 - 2 WC
C911-P10
Connection: ¼" NPT; Pressure Range: 0.8 - 4 WC
C911-P10 ¼" NPT 0.8 - 4 WC
C911-P50
Connection: ¼" NPT; Pressure Range: 2 - 20 WC
C911-P50 ¼" NPT 2 - 20 WC
C911-P150
Connection: ¼" NPT; Pressure Range: 12 - 60 WC
C911-P150 ¼" NPT 12 - 60 WC
C911-P500
Connection: ¼" NPT; Pressure Range: 40 - 200 WC
C911-P500 ¼" NPT 40 - 200 WC

Description

The C911-P monitors gas or air pressure in a pipeline and activates switch contacts according to the pressure set point. The pressure set point is selected using a dial, visible beneath clear plastic.

The C911-P can be used alone or integrated into a gas safety system.

When monitoring differential pressure, use with air only.

Please note, C911-P is rated for use with 24V – 250V AC, or 24V – 48V DC.

Please review the technical documentation for specification details.

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