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- ItemMotor/Pump Control Box
- TypeAlternating Duplex Control Panel
- Amps0 to 20
- Thermal Unit CodeRT1
- Enclosure TypeUL Type 4X, NEMA 4X
- Height (In.)14
- Width (In.)12
- Depth (In.)6
- For Use WithSubmersible Pump With No Switch
- Control RelayPlug-In
- MountingWall Mounted
- AcceptsUp to #10 AWG Wire
- StandardsUL 508A
- Includes(3) 20 Ft. Float Switches
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That would depend on the pumps, if you have submersible well pumps. They usually require a Control Box that has a Start Capisitor and Run Capisitor, this box does not have those. You will need to know what the pumps are, who made them, Horsepower, Voltage, ect. The part number you are looking at could alternate the pumps, but before you go down that road we would need more info.
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