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PA404A 1009 ... or is it?

Dan_NJDan_NJ Posts: 99Member
So the "old" PA404A that was originally knuckleheaded *and* unable to cut out lower than 3.5 PSI when correctly set for .5 cut in + 1 differential was replaced by the "new". Looks like someone in Mexico ran out of the correct chassis and threw together a run with the "cut out" labeled scale? Or am I missing something here? Anyhow, bench tested the new and it was close enough, then calibrated the old and will keep as spare or high limit if I ever decide to add one.







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  • EBEBRATT-EdEBEBRATT-Ed Posts: 5,921Member
    Honeywell website is down right now. They make more than one model. Some have additive differential and some subtractive differential.
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