- Brand Name: makerele
- Certification: CCC,CE,RoHS
- Warranty: 10(4)A/16(4)A
- Switch Type: Knob switch
- Model Number: cable float switch
- Features: 10(4)A/16(4)A
- Material: Plastic
- Item Type: Switches
- DIY Supplies: Plumbing
- Place of Origin: Zhejiang China (Mainland)
- Float Material: PP/PVC
- Rated voltage: 250VAC
- Cable Length: 4m or customized
- Working Temperature: 0~60C(PVC cable), 0~80C(Rubber cable)
- Protection grade: IP 68
- Application: water, sewage, acid-bases liquid
- Working Pressure: 0.5Mpa
Installation Method:throw-in type vertical installation
cable float switches uses one-step shaping injection molding.
Certainly it is also useful for normal liquid.
cable float switches MK-CFS05 uses one-step shaping injection molding with substantial structure, cheap price and long lifetime. It has very good control effect for long distance, multiple level control, submerged pump or liquid with grain or block. Certainly it is also useful for normal liquid. It uses Micro Switch to make connection output. Connection point capacity 10A/250VAC can start the motor equipment directly. It can be regulated freely and easy to operate, convenient to install, safe and reliable, without maintenance, non-toxic and environment friendly. It can resist sewage so that widely used in pool in resident, factories and mines ect., and ponds, barrel, manger and pot with oil, acid and alkali as well as the vessel with high viscosity and suspended substance.
|Product Name||cable float switches MK-CFS05|
|Electrical rate||250VAC, 10(4)A/16(4)A|
|Contact Mode||SPDT, NO, NC|
|Working Temperature||0~60C(PVC cable), 0~80C(Rubber cable)|
|Protection grade||IP 68|
|Application||water, sewage, acid-bases liquid|
Length: 4m(standard); length could be customized
Conductor size: 3×0.5mm2 (standard)
|Installation Method||throw-in type vertical installation|
cable float switches MK-CFS05 pictures:
Application of cable float switches MK-CFS05
A very common application is in sump pumps and condensate pumps where the switch detects the rising level of liquid in the sump or tank and energizes an electrical pump which then pumps liquid out until the level of the liquid has been substantially reduced, at which point the pump is switched off again. Float switches are often adjustable and can include substantial hysteresis. That is, the switch’s “turn on” point may be much higher than the “shut off” point. This minimizes the on-off cycling of the associated pump.
Some float switches contain a two-stage switch. As liquid rises to the trigger point of the first stage, the associated pump is activated. If the liquid continues to rise (perhaps because the pump has failed or its discharge is blocked), the second stage will be triggered. This stage may switch off the source of the liquid being pumped, trigger an alarm, or both.