The Viair 165-200 PSI Pressure Switch with 40A Relay is a rugged and easy-to-install pressure switch with a built-in 40 amp relay that improves longevity and simplifies the wiring process. Making sure your air tank is always ready to go, the Viair 165-200 PSI Pressure Switch with 40A Relay will automatically turn your compressor on when the pressure in your air tank drops below 165 PSI and automatically turn your compressor off when your air tank reaches the desired pressure of 200 PSI. The Viair 165-200 PSI Pressure Switch with 40A Relay is tested to last over 10,000 cycles and pre-fitted with insulated 1⁄4” male push-to-connect terminals. With the built-in relay and clearly labeled lead wires, installing your pressure switch has never been easier!
This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
To whom it may concern at HornBlasters I should’ve purchase from you guys over 9 months ago .
Awesome pressure valve I purchased this pressure valve to upgrade to a 200 psi system because my pump and tank can easily handle the bump in pressure. With this unit and a pressure relief valve I have a much greater air volume for my onboard air system and with the use of a pressure regulator I can manage the pressure for my Shocker XL's. Anyway this switch is very lightweight and very easy to install. I already have a fuse and a relay for my pump circuit so I just wired both positive leads (switch and main power) to the same lead wire comming from my relay and switch up front with the ground wire to ground and the pump wire to the pump. Easy...
Quick and easy install...downfall was the last one crapped the bed so I decided to upgrade to this one well was recommended on their site. All in all it did the job and now have my horns blaring away_�_�
went from 150psi to 200psi. makes horns louder. just make sure you upgrade your pressure relief valve too. fast shipping
Thanks for your review, Derick!
A quick side note from our technical team: We don't recommend activating the horns above 150psi as it can cause unwanted behavior such as squeaking and other anomalies.
As always, have fun and be safe!