The Pyropress Guardian temperature switch is an industrial switch suited to safety critical SIL2 and ATEX applications (Exia certification). It can be found in stem or capillary options. These switches are manufactured from either black anodised aluminium or 316 SS, both offering a robust construction and protection to IP66/IP67 certified housing. This combined with a variety of microswitches, mountings and sensor options has produced a switch range suitable for all weatherproof and intrinsically safe applications.
Pyropress Guardian Temperature Switches are available in 2 variations
- T1100 Rigid Stem Temperature Switch (T1200 with thermowell)
- T1700 Capillary* Temperature Switch (T1800 with thermowell)**
* Capillary length from 2 to 10 metres
** The T1800 supplied with a sliding gland, thermowells can be provided to suit individual applications
Pyropress Guardian Temperature Switch Specifications….
- Temperature adjustment switch points from -40…+250°C
- IP66/IP67 Electrical housing, tested externally in accordance with BS EN 60529: 1992
- Materials in anodised aluminium or 316SS
- Suitable for SIL 2 applications (IEC 61508), with a qualifying report and Certificate Of Compliance available on request.
- Subjected to Lloyds Register Test Specification 1, section 13 BS EN 60068-2-6 : 1996 (Test Fc vibration) and BS EN 60068-2-27 : 1995 (Test Ea shock).
- Exia: ATEX 2014/34/EU coded CE Ex II1G Exia IIC. CAT 1 (Zone 0) areas.
- Single or dual microswitch option
- Switch rating (Standard and high): 6 Amps @ 480 V.AC
- Current DC switching: 10 Amps @ 250 V.AC & 125 V.AC / Amps @ 30 V.DC & 0.05 Amps @ 125 V.DC
- Adjustable deadband: 1.5 Amps @ 250 V.AC & DC/ 7.5 Amps @ 125 V.AC & D
- Electrical connection: M20 x 1.5 straight entry. Adaptors are available.
Fluidic are a recognised partner of Pyropress for Scotland and the North of England (including supply to the UK Nuclear sector). Our instrumentation engineers are product trained and are able to help with instrument selection within the full Pyropress supply scope. Please call either office for more information (Glasgow 0141 641 5920, Warrington 01925 572401).