Heaters Pressure Switches
The pressure switch is a safety feature of the spa that monitors the presence of water in the heater, and acts as a flow sensor to prevent overheating. Our selection includes the different types of pressure switches used in hot tub heating systems. These components measure the water pressure within the heating circuit and control the heater operation accordingly.Read more
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Compatible with a Gecko 2 kW SSPA heater.
Compatible with a universal Gecko 3 kW heater.
Pressure threshold : between 1 and 5 PSI
To start/stop a device.
5A resistive / 250 VAC - 2A inductive / 250 VAC
Compatible with many brands of inflatable spas
Compatible with heaters and blowers
Attaches directly to a pressure switch / flow detector
Manufacturer no . : G5T22
The spa heater pressure switch is an electrical component that serves to protect the heater by shutting off the power supply if the water pressure in the heating circuit is insufficient. The pressure switch is essential to prevent the heater from overheating or becoming damaged due to insufficient water flow.
The pressure switch is therefore an important element in the operation of a spa heating system. It ensures that the heater only operates when there is sufficient water flow, thus maintaining a stable water temperature and extending the life of the heater.
In the event of a water pressure problem, the pressure switch cuts off the power supply to the heater, thus preventing damage to the heater. Pressure switches for spa heaters are usually adjustable to the water pressure required for optimum operation.
In summary, the spa heater pressure switch is an essential component in ensuring the safe and efficient operation of your spa. It maintains a constant water temperature and prevents overheating or damage to the heater.