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- ItemFloat Switch
- TypeDual Microreed
- Switch TypeCaged Dual Micro-reed
- Max. Amps Running12
- Cord Length (Ft.)10
- Wire Gauge14
- Pumping Range Min./Max.1 to 120
- Max. Temp. (F)104
- Min. Water Level Adjustment1"
- Float MaterialABS
- IncludesController, Switch, Mounting Strap, Instructions
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This float switch can be adjusted to as low as 1", but its the on level that concerns me. The only way you can effictively accomplish this, is with a very expensive sensor combination. I do not know of any company that makes this allready in a package. However this unit you are looking at will start at about 2" and shut off at less than 1" BUT we cannot guarantee that it will do this for over a long period because, of material buildup around the float cage.
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What is the output rating. X amps at Y voltage.
The alarm on this unit will sound off if you have a power failure, if the alarm battery runs low, if the pump does not turn on once it reaches the high water activation point, or if the pump runs for longer than 10 minutes continuously.. At 115 volts, this switch can accommodate a pump up to 4.3 amps.
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