The 836-C10S controller is a Bulletin 836 electro-mechanical pressure controller. It comes with standard trip/reset settings. The device also does not include a pilot light. The 836-C10S pressure controller is a style C controller. The device enclosure type is a non-metallic NEMA Type 4X enclosure. The standard contact block is available on the 836-C10S pressure controller. This device is not designed for use in hazardous locations. The bellows used on the 836-C10S pressure controller are external and they are made of copper alloy. The 836-C10S pressure controller comes with default factory settings for tripping or resetting. The 836-C10S pressure controller is specified for 500 PSI. The approximate mid-range value for the adjustable differential pressure on the 836-C10S pressure controller is 12 PSI. The maximum line pressure which the device can sustain is 1300 PSI. The 836-C10S pressure controller does not include any factory modifications.
The 836-C10S pressure controller comes with a single-pole, double-throw, snap action contact block. The non-inductive ratings for the controller are 5 Amps at 240 Volts and 3 Amps at 600 Volts. The control circuit ratings are 125 VA at 24 to 600 Volts AC and 57.5 VA at 115 to 230 Volts DC. The temperature range recommended by Allen-Bradley for the operation of the 836-C10S pressure controller is from -22 to 150 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperature range recommended by Allen-Bradley for the storage of the 836-C10S pressure controller is from -22 to 200 degrees Fahrenheit. Allen-Bradley sets the pressure controls at the factory to values which are specified by the customer. The controls which are shipped without pressure specifications are set to the maximum operating range and the minimum differential. Allen-Bradley also provides a wide range of options for the pressure controls.
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