Submersible Pressure Switch operates to 20,000 ft ocean depth.

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Suited for deepwater subsea hydraulic control systems, magnetically actuated Model 2406-100 uses only 2 wires and is supplied with underwater connectors. Unit features operating pressure of 0-3,000 psid, switching voltage of 500 V max, and switching current of 2 A max. Measuring 1.1 in. diameter x 5.7 in. long, switch is constructed of 316L stainless steel and meets highest industry standard protection against continuous immersion in water, IPX8 or IEC 529.



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New Pressure Switch for Deepwater Subsea to 20,000 Feet Ocean Depth



ANAHEIM, CA, USA (April 13, 2010) - Hydracon Subsea has introduced a new pressure switch model 2406-100, submersible to 20,000 feet ocean depth. The pressure switch is used on deepwater subsea hydraulic control systems.

The switch is magnetically actuated, uses only two wires, no electric power consumption, and is supplied with underwater connectors. It is constructed of 316L stainless steel with a small body size, 1.1" diameter x 5.7" in length, and weighs only 19 ounces. The switch meets the highest industry standard for protection against continuous immersion in water, IPX8 of IEC 529. This new pressure switch provides proven dependability.

Hydracon Subsea is a leading and innovative manufacturer of subsea products and has been manufacturing subsea pressure switches for over 25 years. Hydracon products are used in the Offshore Oil Deepwater and Naval Defense markets where high reliability of remote systems outweighs the costs of unreliability. The company's products represent the latest subsea technological advances to provide high performance and reliability.

For more information on submersible electrical switches, solenoid valves, solenoid actuators, and other subsea technology products, contact Alex Pullos at Hydracon Co, Inc, P. O. Box 27584, Anaheim, CA 92808. Telephone 714-281-2460, Fax 714-281-1199, Email: alex@hydracon.com.

Website: www.hydracon.com

http://www.hydracon.com/switchPressure2406100.htm

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