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Dietz Switches

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Pressure, Vacuum, and Differential Switches for Extreme Environments

Industrial Pressure Switches • Vacuum Switches • Differential Switches

  1. 171D / 170D SERIES

    • Rugged design for harsh environments
    • Pressure ranges from 0.05"–40" H20
    • Shock / vibration resistance (MIL-S-901-D & MIL-STD-167-1)
    • Chemical resistant epoxy finish
    • Suitable for high voltage / current applications
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  2. D-1

    • Rugged flat-plate construction
    • MIL-A-8625, Type 1, Class 2 specification
    • Adjustable pressure range from 0.7–7" H20
    • SPDT switch action
    • High proof pressure
    • Reliable mechanical life
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  3. 161P SERIES

    • Rugged steel housing for use in harsh environments
    • Adjustable pressure range from 0.25–15 psi
    • Single pole double throw switch action
    • Electrical rating up to 10 Amp, 125–480 VAC
    • Reliable mechanical life
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  4. 103B / 103BMF SERIES

    • Vane-operated switch for airflow detection
    • Airflow ranges from 500–2,500 ft per min
    • Easy installation — mounts directly onto duct
    • Gold contacts option for low-current applications
    • Moisture & fungus resistance models available
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  5. 200P SERIES

    • Rugged compact brass housing
    • Adjustable pressure ranges from 3–150 psi
    • SPDT Switch (up to 5 Amp)
    • IP 65 Environmental protection
    • High life (1,000,000 cycles +)
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  6. 210HP SERIES

    • Adjustable pressure ranges up to 5000 psi
    • Suitable for high proof pressures (9000 psi)
    • Robust zinc plated housing sealed to IP 65
    • Industry standard Din 43650 A electrical connection
    • Mechanical life in excess of 1,000,000 cycles
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  7. 220V SERIES

    • Rugged brass construction
    • Vacuum pressure range from 5–30" Hg
    • Withstands positive pressure up to 350 psi
    • 5 Amp SPDT snap action microswitch
    • IP 65 Environmental protection
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