FanWayer Pressure Switch 120-150 PSI Air Compressor Pressure Switch 1/4"-18 NPT Air Pessure Switch
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What We Like
- The pressure switch automatically turn it on when the pressure is below 120 PSI and turn it off when pressure reaches 150 PSI
- Quick connector that does not require fixing
- Features sealing film that prevents leakage
- The size may vary
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 10,196 reviews for 34 products in the Air-Compressor Accessories category.
We then analyzed 28 reviews for this product. None were recent.
Around 75% of reviews were positive and about 21% were negative.
8.29 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about FanWayer Pressure Switch 120-150 PSI Air Compressor Pressure Switch 1/4"-18 NPT Air Pessure Switch
I gave 5 stars for buying the wrong item and the ship was quick and easy to return for a full refund, which is a great deal.
I ordered the switches and they were here in less than 48 hours. They were exactly what I needed to repair my air compressor.
This is a good replacement for the faulty pressure switch on the new Central Pneumatic compressor.
It was easy to replace the failed pressure switch on the Husky Air Compressor as it had a product number SDPB6 that was a drop in replacement.
It worked perfectly.
Will it work with a 26 gallon husky air compressor?
long as your pumps thread tip is 1/4, it will.
Is it possible to wired this in series with a 30a 12vdc air compressor?
You want to wire up a relay that has a pressure switch.
I bought one with 1/2 threads, but it's too small for my compressor. Do they make these with 1/2 threads?
You can check the specifications for the compressor you're using online, threads could be 3/8 or 7/16, and just check the specifications for your unit.
Will this fit a 20 gallon husky mod?
If it's 1/4” and rated for 150psi, then yes.
What is the maximum Amps this switch can handle?
It can handle up to 20 Amps.