All New, Redesigned PS61 OEM Subminiature Pressure Switch from Gems Sensors & Controls

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November 8, 2022


The PS61 Pressure Switch has been updated with reliable piston-diaphragm and sealed piston technology. Available in broad configurations to meet agricultural, medical, fire suppression and general industrial applications needs. Most configurations can be shipped in 4 weeks or less. 

  • •Configurable Selections – A host of ports and electrical options to fit your application needs
  • Lightweight, Compact Design – Less than 2” (50 mm) long body & weighs under 2 oz (75 g)
  • Wide Media Range – Resistant to most fluids & environments
  • High-Temperature Range – Operates from -40° F to +250° F (-40° C to +121° C)
  • Reliable – Designed for over 2,000,000 repeatable cycles
  • Durable & Environmentally-Sealed – Available up to IPX7, IPX9K & IP6KX
  • High Shock & Vibration Resistance – Tested to MIL-SPEC
  • Broad Pressure Range – Low (10 PSI / 0.7 bar) to High (4350 PSI / 300 bar)
  • Approvals – CE, RoHS

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Sensing Fluids

  • Coolant
  • Hydraulic Oil
  • Air
  • Engine Oil
  • Brake, Power Steering, and Transmission Fluids
  • And Many Others!



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