Pump comes on at 40 psi and shuts off at 60 psi
Hello Tate, Yes, it will work in 240V applications. Regards, Schneider Electric Customer Care.
Go to Schneider Electric's web site. They sell hundreds of different types of pressure switches, including a 30/.50. Its a little time consuming, but you will find exactly the one that you need.
Hello Matthew, The only difference is the pressure settings. If you have 40-60PSI it means that the switch will cut-on at 40PSI and cut-off at 60PSI. Same thing with 30-50PSI. If the switch is FSG2J24 it means this is pre set at 40-60PSI. However, the switch is adjustable if you want to lower the pressure setting. You can check which pressure settings work best for your pump. Regards.
The adjustable differential range is 15 psi to 30 psi and the cut-out range is 20 psi to 65 psi. So 15psi is the minimum differential; it can't be adjusted for only a 10 psi differential. If you adjust it to come on at 40psi, the off pressure would be a minimum of 55psi at the minimum differential setting.
I do not under stand your question but if you are replacing the control switch turn off the pump at the electric power source /open a source water (out side hose?turn the valve back open ) tell there is no water presser/then replace the switch /turn power back on--here a help idea On my control switch I install a small water inline shout off valve so all I do is turn off the power/close the valve/ replace the control switch/no need to loose the water presser in the system
Yes it is a double pole switch and can be used for 120 or 230 volt and up to 2 hp pump. I have bought several of these for different wells and the only problem has been ants getting in the contacts and that is the same for all pump switches regardless of the brand. I always keep a spare switch and pressure gauge on hand. If used for 120 volts, you can use one set of contacts and save the second set for use later if needed. You can also adjust the on-off pressure if needed. It is factory preset for 40 on and 60 off. Instructions are included. It is a quality switch!
A pressure switch with a lever may cause you to visit the basement more often than you wanted if your well water level has a tendency to slip below the well pump for a moment. Our well water service rep hates pressure switches with reset levers because they can be as temperamental as a motion sensor light switch.
A 40/60 switch is the same switch as the 30/50. It's just adjusted differently. You can increase your switch to 40/60. You need, I believe, a 3/8" nut driver.