Aquarium Tanks

2 FT Long Stainless Steel Float Switch Horizontal Fish Tank Level Sensor L4


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Hudson,NH,USA
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Brand New Liquid Level Sensor

2 Feet Long. Longest available on the market!

  • Stainless Steel Construction Resists Corrosion & Solvent
  • 240V/0.5A/10Watts Maximum Capacity (Note) (A relay is needed to control a heavier load, such as a motor.  Please view my other listings for recommended relay.)
  • Vertical Mount (Click See other items on the top-right of this page for other available lengths)
  • Install at either Top or Bottom of the Tank
  • NO (Normally Open) or NC (Normally Closed) Convertible by Simply Reversing the Float.  Combinations (see illustrations below):
    • Top mount, switch open when tank is full
    • Top mount, switch closed when tank is full
    • Bottom mount, switch open when tank is empty
    • Bottom mount, switch closed when tank is empty
Operation Voltage Range
0 to 240 V (AC or DC)
Max Current
0.5 A
Max Power
10 W
Max Temperature
300 ºF
Min Temperature
-40 ºF
Max Pressure
400 PSI
Min Specific Gravity
0.80

Your satisfaction is guranteed or your money back! (Item may be returned within 30 days upon delivery for a full refund of the closing bid.  Shipping and handling is not refundable.)

Note: A small mechanical switch (aka. reed switch) sealed in the stationary part of the sensor is activated by a small magnet in the moving part (the float).  Therefore this sensor works with any voltage/current (AC or DC) within the maximum limits specified above.  All voltage/current/power ratings are for resistive loads.  However, one should always try to reduce the voltage and current applied on the sensor to a level as low as possible in order to extend the life of the sensor.  (For example, the Electrical Life is 5,000,000 cycles when the load is 5V, 10mA; 100,000 cycles when the load is 24V, 250mA)

 




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