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Adjustable Set Point Air Pressure Sensing Switch with 8-Second Delay (NEMA-1 Rated Enclosure)

SKU:AFS-952-B

Brand: Cleveland Controls

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Setpoint Range: .05" to 12" WC
Max Pressure (PSI): .5 PSI
Switch: SPDT
Electric Connection: Numbered Terminal Panel
Operating Temp Range: -40°F to 180°F
Mount: Diaphragm Vertical

Description for Cleveland Controls AFS-952-B

The Cleveland Controls AFS-952 Differential Pressure Sensing Switch is designed to provide precise operation and convenient features for industrial and commercial air handling applications. The AFS-952 can monitor positive, negative, or differential pressure (flow) of air and noncombustible gases. It is commonly used to monitor combustion air, furnace pressure, ventilating blower operation, inflatable structure pressure, fume hood operation, bag house air flow, dirt accumulation in air filters, and heat-transfer air flow. The AFS-952 has a field-adjustable set point range of 0.05"wc to 12.0"wc with an 8-second (± 3 seconds) time delay relay sequence. The time delay prevents nuisance shutdowns due to normal draft fluctuations.

Adjustable Set Point Air Pressure Sensing Switch with 8-Second Delay (NEMA-1 Rated Enclosure)

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4.0

Questionable low range operation

By Chuck

from Pittsburgh, PA

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        Comments about Adjustable Set Point Air Pressure Sensing Switch with 8-Second Delay (NEMA-1 Rated Enclosure):

        The advertised low end switch point is .05" W.C. +/- .02". I had an application that required a switch point at .1" WC. It would not switch at the lowest setting. It worked out anyway since I could raise the operating pressure in the system to make it work. I would not have been able to use the device if I needed to keep the .1" switching point.

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