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Sensors with an electrical contact output at a specific liquid, powder or bulk level. Capacitive, conductive, diaphragm, displacer, float, inductive, optical, paddle, vibrating rod, tilt, and tuning fork models.
Why is the minimum specific gravity important on the float level switches?
If a medium has a lower s.g. than the rated minimum for a float, the float will sink through the media and the switch will not operate.
What else needs to be specified when ordering an L4-TOP?
The vertical and horizontal lengths of the float arm.
How are the F6 & F7 vertical level switches converted from N.O. to N.C. or vice versa?
The float is removed and replaced upside down.
How does the F6-HPS-11 Level Switch attach to my tank?
Drill a 1/2" hole in the side of your tank. With the F6-HPS-11 body inside the tank, insert the screw and exposed wires through this hole and secure the unit in place with the corresponding nut.
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