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Water Level Control Fill w/ Low Alarm
- Item # 4GHK5
- Mfr. Model # WLC4500-120VAC
- UNSPSC # 41112407
- Catalog Page # 4243
- Shipping Weight 17.4 lbs.
- ItemWater Level Control
- Control TypeElectronic With Microprocessor For Site Automation or Integration
- Number of Switches3
- Switch Type(3)SPST
- Enclosure Height (In.)8-3/4
- Enclosure Width (In.)10-1/2
- Enclosure Depth (In.)6
- Enclosure TypeNEMA 4X
- Enclosure ColorGrey
- Sensor Length (In.)20
- Sensor Dia. (In.)3
- Sensor Cord Length (Ft.)50
- Max. Circuit Length (Ft.)50
- Sensors IncludedFill Height With Low Level Alarm
- Sensor PlacementOn The Environment Wall or In A Static Pipe
- Operating Range1/2 and 6"
- ValveCan Be Used With 1"Npt And 110Vac Or Eqivalent Made By Asco Model 8221
- Input Voltage110VAC 50/60 Hz
- Relays30 Amps at 250VAC
- Special FeaturesEasy To Read Led Display, No Moving Parts, Compensates For Wave Action, Modular Construction, One-Step Internal Testing System For The Electronics, Building Automation Dry Contracts, Stainless Steel Probes, 110Vac Solenoid Required ( Purchase Seperately) Rated For Outdoor Installation, Low Voltage Probe, Can Be Integrated Into Building Automation System, Seperate Relay For Each Set Point, No High Voltage In The Wet Area Of The System
- Special InformationThe WLC Series is perfect in any application where water level management is important such as cooling tower basins and water holding tanks for cooling towers. It uses a microprocessor that monitors all probes for correct operation and then provides the corresponding outputs to drive the power relays, the Building Automation System and a visual indication of the operational status. The Modular construction and a self-test feature insure user-friendly operation. By using a very low voltage and current, WLC Series sensors never foul or degrade
- ApplicationCooling Towers, Water Water Tanks, Storm Water tanks, Sewage Water Systems, Well Water Holding tanks, Irrigation Lakes, Boilers, Water Storage Tanks
- IncludesWaterline Controller in NEMA 4x Box, Sensor Wire, Stainless Steel Sensor Assembly, Mounting Brackets and U Bolts, Installation Instructions,
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