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31EL63 LCP2D100 UNSPSC # 39121535

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Control Relay, Dual Pump Down, 120V

  • Item # 31EL63
  • Mfr. Model # LCP2D100
  • UNSPSC # 39121535
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Macromatic's LCP Series Liquid Level Control Relay detects and controls levels of conductive liquids (tap water, seawater, sewage, chemical solutions, coffee, ice cream, etc.) in single probe pump up or pump down applications. The conductive properties of the liquid complete a circuit between a probe and common when the liquid comes in contact with both. This relay compares the value of the measured resistance between probes with the setpoint of the adjustable potentiometer provided on the product. The output of the relay is used to control pumps, solenoids, or valves to lower, raise, or maintain the level of the liquid in the tank. Probes are pulsed with a DC voltage to prevent potential electroplating issues. A built-in time delay prevents rapid cycling.

Technical Specs

  • Item Level Control Relay
  • Type Plug-In
  • Control Type Liquid Level Dual Probe Pump Down
  • Switch Type Single Pole Double Throw
  • Enclosure Height (In.) 3 1/5 in
  • Enclosure Width (In.) 1 7/10 in
  • Enclosure Depth (In.) 2 4/5 in
  • Enclosure Color White
  • Input Voltage 120V AC
  • Special Features 10A Relay Output, 5V DC Pulsed Probe Voltage, Adjustable Sensitivity, LED Indication
  • Special Information Galvanically Isolated, 8 Pin Octal Socket Required
  • Application Level Control Relay
  • Agency Compliance cURus

Macromatic's LCP Series Liquid Level Control Relay detects and controls levels of conductive liquids (tap water, seawater, sewage, chemical solutions, coffee, ice cream, etc.) in single probe pump up or pump down applications. The conductive properties of the liquid complete a circuit between a probe and common when the liquid comes in contact with both. This relay compares the value of the measured resistance between probes with the setpoint of the adjustable potentiometer provided on the product. The output of the relay is used to control pumps, solenoids, or valves to lower, raise, or maintain the level of the liquid in the tank. Probes are pulsed with a DC voltage to prevent potential electroplating issues. A built-in time delay prevents rapid cycling.

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