Lincoln Electric Grease Pump W/ RemoteLinc Technology - 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.
Easily interfaces with OEM and aftermarket telematics systems.
Allows users to: Remotely monitor and detect low lubricant levels and system faults. Reduce cost by receiving immediate, real-time alerts when lubricant is low or the system is in fault.
- Lubricant Outlet: 1/8" NPT (F)
- Max. System Operating Pressure: 5000 psi
- Electrical Requirements: 12 VDC
- Reservoir Capacity: 2 liter
||12 VDC @3.5 amps, 24 VDC @ amps 94-265 VAC (50 to 60 Hz)
|Interval Between Lube Cycles
||Min. 4 minutes/Max. 15 hours
||0.171 cu. in./min/2.8 cc/min
||1/8" NPT (f)
||2-,-4,8- or 15-liter
|Maximum Recommended Operating Measure
||5000 psi/350 bar
||Greases NLGI grade 2 (depending on operating temperature and type of lubricant)
||-13°F to +158°F
|Pressure Relief Valve
||4000 psi, ±250 psi/276 bar, ±17 bar
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