Miniature Pressure Switch Shuts Down Air Compressor
Presair’s Tinytrol Miniature Pressure Switch is found in many motorcycle seats, such as the Road Zeppelin Air Adjustable Seat. The Road Zeppelin seat is built to provide comfort to the rider removing pressure points by adjusting the amount of air contained in small bladders of the seat. Or in other words, prevents the “numb butt syndrome.” The switch has easy to access rocker switches on the side. These switches operate the compressor, and add or bleed off air with the quick push of a button.
Wired to the compressor is Presair’s miniature pressure switch. The pressure switch is factory set at 12 psi rising. As the bladder fills with air, our pressure switch senses the amount of air pressure within the bladder. Once it reaches 12 psi, the switch shuts off the air compressor while you still maintain a comfortable ride.
PRESAIR’S MINIATURE PRESSURE SWITCH DESCRIPTION
Presair pressure switches make electrical contact when a certain set pressure has been reached on its input.
By providing on/off switching from a pneumatic source, Presair pressure switches deliver critical benefits:
- Safe and Convenient: Remote operation with complete electrical isolation. UL Recognized.
- Economical: Costs less than conventional controls
- Accurate: Highly stable with good repeat accuracy. All switches are 100% tested at high and low settings and at proof pressure.
- Reliable: Minimal moisture absorption and maximal dimensional stability.