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10psi pressure switch

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  • 10psi pressure switch

    Crazy Idea #35
    Is there a pressure switch (10psi specifically) that doesn't require reference to atmospheric...Ten psi is the "full" point when my ballast tanks should stop filling. Rather then using a float switch , I am thinking of an in line pressure switch to stop the pumps-it would be simpler. Is there such a thing? I guess it would have to be a sealed bellows that compresses air (or a gas) within the chamber. I believe its called a "sealed" (reference) pressure switch.
    Last edited by Bob Gato; 10-09-2019, 09:46 PM.