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FSW-130 Series

Flow Switch | Brass | Mini
 | FSW-130 Series

Flow Switch | Brass | Mini

CAD145.00 FSW-132

1 year warranty CE
  • Only 25 x 70 mm (1 x 2³/4")
  • Sturdy Brass Construction
  • No Switch-Point Adjustment
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Measuring only 25 x 70 mm (1 x 2¾"), these FSW-130 Series compact switches are ideal for use where space is at a premium. Designed for use with water and oil, these switches are suitable for high volume OEM applications. They are ideal for coolant or lubricant flow monitoring in portable equipment and many other applications with space constraints. The switch points are based on water flow; oil switch points are dependent on the oils properties, and field testing is recommended.

Wetted Materials:
Housing and Piston: Brass
Spring: 316 stainless steel
Maximum Pressure: 69 bar (1000 psig)
Operating Temperature: -29 to 93.3°C (-20 to 200°F)
Set Point Accuracy: ±15%
Set Point Differential: 20% maximum
Relay: SPST, 20 VA
Inlet/Outlet Ports: ¼ NPT
Electrical Termination: No. 18 AWG, 610 mm (24") L, PVC lead wires
Weight: 9 oz (255 g)
Place Order(Specify Model Number)
Part Number/ Desc.
FSW-131 Star
Availability: In Stock
Brass flow switch 0.10 GPM switch point
FSW-132 Star
Availability: 9 weeks
Brass flow switch 0.25 GPM switch point
FSW-133 Star
Availability: 9 weeks
Brass flow switch 0.50 GPM switch point
FSW-134 Star
Availability: 9 weeks
Brass flow switch 0.75 GPM switch point
FSW-135 Star
Availability: 1 week
Brass flow switch 1.00 GPM switch point
FSW-136 Star
Availability: 9 weeks
Brass flow switch 1.50 GPM switch point
All dollar amounts on this site are shown in Canadian currency. Note: Comes complete with operator’s manual.

Flow settings are calibrated using water at 21°C (70°F) on increasing flow, with units in a vertical position. Care should be taken to ensure fluid compatibility with the above listed wetted materials.

Use of 50 micron filtration is recommended.