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Deltadyne Differential Pressure Switch

Pall RCA series differential pressure indicators signal the need for filter element change by sensing the differential pressure between ports upstream and downstream of the filter element. They connect to the Deltadyne™ device port available on Pall filter housings.

Electrical Connection



The switch is wired normally closed. Using normally closed configuration allows for the detection of damaged or broken cables or disconnection. The switch will automatically reset when differential pressure is reduced.



Switch can be wired using either normally open or normally closed configuration. The switch will automatically reset when differential pressure is reduced.


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Description

Deltadyne Differential Pressure Switch

Pall RCA series differential pressure indicators signal the need for filter element change by sensing the differential pressure between ports upstream and downstream of the filter element. They connect to the Deltadyne™ device port available on Pall filter housings.

Electrical Connection



The switch is wired normally closed. Using normally closed configuration allows for the detection of damaged or broken cables or disconnection. The switch will automatically reset when differential pressure is reduced.



Switch can be wired using either normally open or normally closed configuration. The switch will automatically reset when differential pressure is reduced.
Specifications
 
Fatigue Test Pressure: 1 Million cycles at 0-400 bar (5800psi)
Operating Temperature: Maximum Operating Temperature 120 °C (250 °F)
Minimum Operating Temperature -20 °C (-4 °F)
Minimum Ambient Temperature: -40 °C (-40 °F)
Fluid Compatibility: Standard mineral oils and hydrocarbon-based synthetic Hydraulic and Lubrication fluids and Fuels
Materials of Construction: Brass body
Seal Materials: Fluorocarbon
Environmental: IP67 to IEC 60529
connected or unconnected
Switch:
RCA216/217
Normally closed single pole open on differential pressure exceeding set point
Switching Voltage: 48V DC Maximum
Switching Current: 0.5 A Maximum
Electrical Connectors: RCA 216 - Connector Deustch
DT04-2P to mate with Deutsch
DT06-2S receptacle
RCA 217 - Connector AMP Junior timer to mate with AMP junior timer receptacle 827551-3 and contacts 925596-1
Switch:
RCA218M
Single pole, double throw (SPDT) switch state changes on differential pressure exceeding set point
Switching Voltage: 48V DC Maximum or 250V AC
Switching Current: 4 A Maximum
Electrical Connectors: Hirschmann type
Switch:
RCA218R
Single pole, double throw (SPDT) switch state changes on differential pressure exceeding set point
Switching Voltage: 24V DC
Switching Current: 4 A Maximum
Electrical Connectors: Hirschmann type with red and green LEDs that illuminate when switch operates
Visual indicator:
RCA219
Window changes from white to red on detnation. All units automatically reset when differential pressure drops below set-point.
System Interface: To fit all standard Pall threaded indicator ports
 
Type
Testing and Monitoring
Use
Monitoring
Ordering Information
Pressure Switch P/N: RCA [Table 1] Z [Table 2] Z

Table 1 - Connector Option

 
Code Connector
216C Deutsch DT04-2P
217U AMP Junior Timer
218M Hirschmann
218R Hirscmann with Red and Green LED indicators
219D Visual Indicator
 

Table 2 - Pressure Setting

 
Code Pressure
090 2.4 ± 0.3 bard (35 ± 4 psid)
091 3.4 ± 0.4 bard (50 ± 6 psid)
 
Application
Auto LOH for Stamping, Auto LOH-Filling Lines, Mining Equipment Gear Case, Mining Equipment Hydraulic Fluid, Mining Euqipment Lube Oil - on & off board, Heavy Hydraulic, Heavy Lubrication, Medium & Light Hydraulic, Medium & Light Lubrication, Coolants / Bearing Lubrication, Drives Gear Box + Roll Housing, Forging / Extrusion, Gear Box / Bearing, Gear Box / Morgoil, Material Directional Control, Material Handling, Non Contact, Medium & Light Hydraulic, Medium & Light Lubrication
Segment
Automotive
General Industrial
Industrial & Mobile OEM
Mining
Primary Metals