A permanent magnet which will activate the reed switch is within the 316 stainless steel float. The float or floats are mounted on the stem & located by the use of 316 stainless steel collars. The rise & fall of liquid moves the float up & down. When the float’s internal magnet approaches the reed switch, it will actuate the reed switch, to create a change of state in the circuit.- i.e. either opening or closing the switch.
Termination Aluminium, bakelite or 316 SS head - max 6 screw terminals [use junction box for more terminals]
Flying leads -- Junction box - screw terminals
Process Connections - SS or Brass
Bulkhead fitting or threaded connection [1 inch and 2 inch BSP]
Flange connection (including sanitary flanges).
Floats are in 316 SS - max 150°C - max. 30 bar with S1 type 25 mm OD SG < 0.8 and S4 type 50 mm OD SG < 0.55.
A maximum 5 floatscan be fitted in one stem assembly.
Electrically we recommend to configure for low voltage operation with Max 30W and breakdown voltage > 430V. Nominate N.O. or N.C and switch points on the order form - check specification download.
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