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12U434 LV10-1301 UNSPSC # 41111938

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Universal Polypropylene Vertical Buoyancy Switch

  • Item # 12U434
  • Mfr. Model # LV10-1301
  • UNSPSC # 41111938
  • Catalog Page # 2681 2681
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Featuring a baffle body that helps eliminate level switch chatter caused by turbulence, this FLOWLINE Switch-Tek™ vertical buoyancy switch provides reliable high or low liquid level detection. Model can be mounted vertically inside a tank, then connected to a PLC or relay controller. Suitable for use with a variety of liquids including potable water and boric acid.

Technical Specs

  • Item Vertical Buoyancy Switch
  • Type Point Level Sensor
  • Orientation Universal
  • Accuracy +/-1mm in Water
  • Repeatability +/-1mm in Water
  • Material Polypropylene
  • Input Voltage 120V AC/V DC
  • Contact Type SPDT Reed
  • Contact Rating 15 VA, 0.25A Max.
  • Output Reed
  • Temp. Range F: -40 Degrees to 176 Degrees C: -40 Degrees to 80 Degrees
  • Max. Pressure 25 psi @ 25 Degrees C
  • Mounting 3/4 in NPT
  • Sensor Rating General Purpose
  • Cable Type 3-conductor, PFA
  • Cable Length 10 ft
  • Standards CE
  • Length 5.4
  • Width 1.05
  • Height 1.05

Featuring a baffle body that helps eliminate level switch chatter caused by turbulence, this FLOWLINE Switch-Tek™ vertical buoyancy switch provides reliable high or low liquid level detection. Model can be mounted vertically inside a tank, then connected to a PLC or relay controller. Suitable for use with a variety of liquids including potable water and boric acid.

Compliance and Restrictions

This product has been manufactured to be compliant with the “Safe Drinking Water Act” requirements for low lead in potable (human consumption - drinking and cooking) and non-potable water applications (non-human consumption).

  • This item is restricted for conveying or dispensing water for potable use (human consumption) in states that require 3rd party certification of compliance with the “Safe Water Drinking Act” (CA, LA, MD, VT).
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