Littelfuse PC-105 Series, Five-Channel Pump Controller, 120VAC

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SKU: PC-105
Regular price $816.41
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The PC-105 is a 5-channel pump controller designed to handle multiple pump applications. Alternatively, it can operate as a 5-channel switch.

The PC-105’s control functions support all of the popular industrystandard multi-pump, pump-up and pump-down configurations.

It can indicate low, high and out-of-sequence alarms and use alternating and non-alternating pump control. The non-alternating pump can be used as a jockey pump or emergency pump.

Using the built-in DIP switches, individual pumps can be disabled when taken out of service for repair or maintenance.

Features
• Compact design
• Low, high and out-of-sequence alarms
• Variable time delay/lag pump delay from 2-255 seconds
• Duplex SPS (separate pump stop) pump control
• Duplex, triplex or quadplex pump control
• Pump-up or pump-down functions
• External silence, reset and alternation configuration
• Five-channel relay configuration
• DIN rail or surface mountable

Specifications

Input Characteristics  
Supply Voltage 120VAC
Frequency 50/60 Hz
Functional Characteristics
Probe Sense Voltage 5vdc continuous
Output Characteristics
Relay Output Rating Pilot Duty              480VA @ 240VAC, B300
General Purpose  7A @ 240VAC
General Characteristics
Temperature Range -20° to 55°C (-4° to 131°F)
Maximum Input Power 4 W
Wire range 12 to 20 AWG
Terminal Torque 4.5 in.-lbs. (max.)
Pump In-rush delay 2 seconds
Standards Passed
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) IEC 61000-4-2, Level 3, 6kV contact, 8kV air.
Radio Frequency Immunity (RFI) IEC 61000-4-3, Level 3, 10V/m
Fast Transients IEC 61000-4-4, Level 3, 4kV input power
2kV inputs/outputs
Safety Marks UL        UL508 (File #E68520)
Dimensions H 94.06 mm (3.703”)
W 127.64 mm (5.025”)
D 59.69 mm (2.35”)
Weight 1.2 lbs. (19.2 oz., 544.31 g)
Mounting Method 35mm DIN rail or Surface Mount
(#6 or #8 screws)