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Float Switch, Bulkhead Connection
- Item # 5DYD3
- Mfr. Model # M3850
- UNSPSC # 39121531
- Catalog Page # 3760
- Shipping Weight 0.09 lbs.
- ItemFloat Switch
- Connection12-13 Bulkhead
- Wire Gauge22 to 18 AWG
- Overall Length (In.)1.63
- Fitting1/2-13 Bulkhead
- Max. Temp. (F)221
- Max. Temp. (C)105
- Max. Pressure (PSI)30
- OperationConductivity Probe
- MountsNut and Washer
- Body MaterialPolyPro
- Agency ComplianceNone
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What does the circuit look like what is the switch resistance and what level of conductivity does the switch activate?
This item is a replacement sensor for the Madison R2 series level indicators. The voltage, resistance, and conductivity would be directly related to which one of the R2 series switches you needed to connect this to.
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