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Horizontal Float Switch - 1.5 in. T.C.
BE901

Horizontal Float Switch - 1.5 in. T.C.

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Used on a commercial brewing system to shut off electricty or gas before the kettle runs dry.  This horizontal float switch conveniently fits into a 1.5" tri-clamp port. It is designed to control the run-dry circuit in an electric brewing system. The contacts are intended to control a relay, contactor, or SSR and should not be used to interrupt full power to an electric element/burner.

50W. The unit is not fit to use on a circuit load, but suitable for signal output.

 

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Item # BE901
Weight 0.54 LBS
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To protect electric heating elements
Nic P on Dec 31, 2021
To protect electric heating elements
Nic P on Dec 31, 2021
Will this work in a port that is at the same height as the element?
Jordan Stout on Feb 26, 2022
BEST ANSWER: Most likely not. You’ll want it slightly above the elements so they don’t burn out.
What is the voltage in and out ? Is it AC or DC and is the circuit normally closed (on) or normally open (off). Thank you
Benjamin Thibodeau on Sep 14, 2021
BEST ANSWER: This unit is designed to send a signal level voltage. This means it should not be used to interrupt (in-line) with any ac or dc circuits. It is meant to plug into a relay or unit as a "signal" or "input" to open or close a relay, but not to connect or contact a circuit itself. It can work either normally closed or normally open depending on how you design the control circuit. The standard method would be for it to be "open" when the float is down and "closed" when the float is up and connected.
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