- These tether float switches are activated by a float that is attached to the pump by a flexible tether that can be adjusted so the pump starts and stops automatically at preset levels. They require more space to operate compared to vertical float switches since the flexible tether moves in an arc as the water level rises and falls in the sump basin.
- These vertical float switches are suitable for smaller-diameter sump basins since they use a float that moves a rod straight up and down to activate the switch. The switch starts and stops the pump automatically when the water reaches a preset level.
- These diaphragm switches are activated by pressure within a diaphragm to start and stop pumps automatically when the water reaches a certain level. They have no moving parts, are compact so they take up little space, and require periodic cleaning since the diaphragm switch may get clogged with debris. Diaphragm switches connected to a tether are often adjustable so the pump will start and stop when the water reaches a desired level.
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