Plunger overtravel | Article about plunger overtravel by The Free Dictionary
plunger overtravel[′plən·jər ′ō·vər‚trav·əl]
Excessive upward or downward movement in a reciprocating-plunger-type sucker-rod oil-well pump.
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(L x W x H), the V5 has 2 mm of plunger overtravel
, current ratings from 5 V to 14 V and an extended operating temperature range of -40[degrees] to 194[degrees]F.