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- ItemWater Alarm With Relay Output
- IncludesAlarm With Remote Sensor and Instruction For Relay Outupt
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I cannot answer this question, the item 15F342 is a "High Water Alarm. It is intended to soud an alarm and operate an auto dialer or a realy of less than .05 VA @ 150 VAC (China Voltage) Not knowing why you want is to shut off a pump, or how it is being used I cannot make nay recomendations sorry.
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Yes this unit is equipted with a realy contact, that that can opperate a low amperage draw device.
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