Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined, PS71/PS72 from Gems Sensors&Controls

DCS Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined Gems Sensors and Controls 1

May 30, 2022

 

The PS71/PS72 family of Pressure Switches are available with a variety of electrical connection options. The listing below will show a picture of what the connection looks like as well as a description of the options. 

Gems Sensors Pressure Switches cover a wide range of applications from 2 to 6000 psi (40 mbar to 400 bar) in a variety of types including Vacuum, Differential, Specialty and General. With field adjustable or factory set options, these pressure switches are ideal for oil, liquid, air, gas, coolant and “water pressure” applications.

These rugged and dependable pressure switches come in a variety of materials from stainless steel, brass, aluminum, zinc-plated steel and reinforced plastic. Wetted materials a diaphragm available in Buna N, Teflon® coated Kapton®, stainless steel, PTFE, EPDM or Viton® and a pressure port available in stainless steel, brass, zinc or aluminum

1. -SP- (Spade)

DCS Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined Gems Sensors and Controls 2 400

 

 

  • •Two (SPST, NO or NC) or three (SPDT) spades
  • •Spades are ¼” wide, 0.03” thick

 

 

 

2. -FLXX- (Flying Leads)

DCS Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined Gems Sensors and Controls 3 400

 

  • •XX = Length in Inches. 
  • •Specify lead length in inches (i.e. -FL18 or -FL30)
  • •18” (450 mm) is standard. Max length is 48” (1220 mm)
  • •Wire specs:  18AWG, PVC sheath

 

 

 3. -FLSXX- (Flying Leads w/ PVC Shrink Tubing)

DCS Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined Gems Sensors and Controls 4 400

 

  • •XX = Length in Inches
  • •Specify lead length in inches (i.e. -FLS18 or -FLS30)
  • •18” (450 mm) is standard.  Max length is 48” (1220 mm)
  • •Wire specs:  18AWG, PVC sheath
  • •Shrink material:  PVC

 

 

4. -ELXX- (1/2” NPT Male Conduit w/ Flying Leads)

DCS Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined Gems Sensors and Controls 5 400

 

  • •XX = Length in Inches
  • •Specify lead length in inches (i.e. -EL18 or -ELS30)
  • •18” (450 mm) is standard.  Max length is 48” (1220 mm)
  • •Wire specs:  18AWG, PVC sheath

 

 

5.  -CABXX- (18AWG PVC Cable)

DCS Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined Gems Sensors and Controls 6 400

 

  • •XX = Length in Inches.
  • •Specify lead length in inches (i.e. -CAB36 or -CAB120)
  • •36” (915 mm) is minimum
  • •Cable specs:  18AWG, PVC Sheath and Jacket

 

 

6. -H- (DIN 43650A Male Half Only)

DCS Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined Gems Sensors and Controls 7 400

 

  • •Electrical connection pins exit out the top
  • •Pins follow the DIN43650A Standard
  • •No mating connector provided

 

 

 

7. -HR- (Right Angle DIN 43650A Male Half Only)

DCS Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined Gems Sensors and Controls 8 400

 

  • •Electrical connection pins exit out the side
  • •Pins follow the DIN43650A Standard
  • •No mating connector provided

 

8. -HC- (DIN 43650A 9mm Cable Clamp)

DCS Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined Gems Sensors and Controls 9 400

 

  • •Eelectrical connection pins exit out the top
  • •Pins follow the DIN43650A Standard
  • •Mating connector provided, part # 213947

 

 

 

9. -HCR- (Right Angle DIN 43650A 9mm Cable Clamp)

DCS Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined Gems Sensors and Controls 10 400

 

  • •Electrical connection pins exit out the side
  • •Pins follow the DIN43650A Standard
  • •Mating connector provided, part # 213947

 

 

 

10. -HN- (DIN 43650A with 1/2˝ Female NPT Conduit)

DCS Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined Gems Sensors and Controls 11 400

 

  • •Electrical connection pins exit out the top
  • •Pins follow the DIN43650A Standard
  • •Female conduit threads are ½”-14 Female NPT
  • •Mating connector provided, part # 213948

 

 

11. -HNR- (Right Angle DIN 43650A with 1/2˝ Female NPT Conduit)

DCS Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined Gems Sensors and Controls 12 400

 

  • •Electrical connection pins exit out the side
  • •Pins follow the DIN43650A Standard
  • •Female conduit threads are ½”-14 Female NPT
  • •Mating connector provided, part # 213948

 

 

12. -WF- (Weather Pack Connector, Female)

DCS Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined Gems Sensors and Controls 13 400

 

  • •Two wire devices use the Aptiv (formerly Delphi) 12015792 housing and the 12089188 pins
  • •Three wire devices uses the Aptiv (formerly Delphi) 12015793 housing and the 12089188 pins
  • •Recommend ordering with Shrink tubing around the wires (-FLSXX-)

 

 

13. -WM- (Weather Pack Connector, Female)

DCS Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined Gems Sensors and Controls 14 400

 

  • •Two wire devices use the Aptiv (formerly Delphi) 12010973 housing and the 12089040 pins
  • •Three wire devices uses the Aptiv (formerly Delphi) 12010717 housing and the 12089040 pins
  • •Recommend ordering with Shrink tubing around the wires (-FLSXX-)

 

 

14. -DE- (Deutsch Connector, Male, DT04 Series

DCS Pressure Switch Electrical Connections Defined Gems Sensors and Controls 15 400

 

  • •Two wire devices use the Deutsch (TE) DT04-2P-E003 housing and the 1060-16-0122 pins
  • •Three wire devices use the Deutsch (TE) DT04-3P housing and the 1060-16-0122 pins
  • •Recommend ordering with Shrink tubing around the wires (-FLSXX-)

 

 

 

To learn more about the The PS71/PS72 family of Pressure Switches from Gems Sensors&Controls, visit the Product Page by clicking here 

 

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