Lincoln Electric Grease Pump W/ Low-Level Sensor - P203 Series 12V
These pumps are electrically operated and are used in progressive-type automated lubrication systems. The proven and reliable P203 pump has been designed to develop high operating pressures allowing it to supply NLGI #2 grease in most ambient temperatures.
The chassis lube pump is electrically operated and incorporates a low-level sensor which will cause a LED light on the circuit board to blink if a low-level condition occurs.
The frequency of the pump's lubrication cycles is controlled by the internal microprocessor and allows the user to set the time intervals. Also, the pump is equipped with a fault indicator. If the cycle does not complete due to a blocked or broken line, a signal will be generated to notify the user.
- Lubricant Outlet: 1/8" NPT (F)
- Max. System Operating Pressure: 5000 psig
- Electrical Requirements: 12 VDC
- Reservoir Capacity: 4 liter
*Pressure relief valve 270864 and 1/8" NPT adapter and proximity switch sold separately
|Interval Between Lube Cycle Min
|Interval Between Lube Cycle Hrs.
|Alarm Time Min.
||5 or 30
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