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Float type level switch
- Holizontal type
- Swing type
Displacement type level switch
Reed switch type float level switch
Magnetic float type level
Float operated type level switch
Tubular type glass level gauge
Flat & reflex type glass level gauge
Magnetic float type level gauge
Marine float level gauge
Self-powered content gauge
Dial type float level gauge
Capscitance type level switch
Flow switch
Non-flow alarm switch
Hight & overfill level alarm system
Electric pneumatic type tank level & draft gauging system
Bilge hight level alarm system
Oil & water detector
Electric pressure type level transmitter
Liquid level control system
Mobrey magnetic level switch
Press. Gauge / Thermometer / Temp. Transmitter / Thermocouple
I.S barrier / Lvel indicator
Selection valve / Gas valve
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  Conductive type level switch is used for limit detection in containing electrically conductive liquids.
technique is based on the electrical conductivity between various materials.
visual alarm on the alarm panel will be operated.

Probe rod with length corresponding to required switching level are immersed into the liquid which changes conductivity between probe rod and tank wall.
A low alternative voltage is applied between the probe rod and the conductive tank wall. When the filling liquid contacts the probe rod, a low alternating current flows through the liquid. The current is amplifiered by a TR and process chip by which the liquid level is detected and converted into an output signal. The signal is displayed by relay of barrier in the control panel.

  Power source : AC110/220V 50/60HZ & DC24V
Power consumption : 10VA
Output Contact : 250VAC at 10A
Temperature : -20℃ ~ +80℃
Stable detection range : 10 ~50pF
Max. operating Pressure : 10 Kg/㎠
Enclosure : IP67
Material : - Probe : SUS304
- Housing : SUS316, ALDC
- Partical insulation : Teflon
Connection : - PF1 1/2”
- JIS 5K40/5K65A/5K80A/5K100A
  All conductive liquid and moist bulk solied  
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