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ãHigh-quality materialsãThe oil pressure alarm switch is made of high-quality plastic and metal materials, with good performance, ensuring maximum strength and durability, and long service life.
ãEasy to useãThe power steering switch is easy to install and can directly replace the old one. The oil pressure alarm switch is used in conjunction with VDO, and the alarm pressure can be fine-tuned.
ãScope of applicationãThe oil pressure alarm switch is of high quality and is mainly used for some imported generator equipment. It is also a perfect substitute for damaged or old.
ãExcellent performanceãThe oil pressure alarm switch has high performance and reliability. Exquisite workmanship, good sealing and high precision. Three-wire output, the shell is not grounded, and it is analog.
ãAfter-sales serviceãThank you for visiting our shop, we will provide you with the best quality service, and hope that our products can meet your needs. We will provide the best after-sales service.
Specification: Condition: 100% Brand New Item Name: Oil Pressure Alarm Switch Type: Three-wire output, housing is not grounded, analog Normally closed / normally open, closed N-C-0 open. Alarm pressure: 0. 08Â±0.02Mpa Working voltage: 6~24V Ambient temperature: -25Â°C~ +100Â°C Interface thread: 1 / 8-27 NPT Package List: 1 * Low Oil Pressure Alarm Switch Note: 1. Please allow slight error due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understanding. 2. Monitors are not calibrated same, item color displayed in photos may be showing slightly different from the real object. Please take the real one as standard.
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