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Switch, Plastic Water Sensor Switch, Portable Stable High Sensit

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Switch, Plastic Water Sensor Switch, Portable Stable High Sensit

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Product description

Feature:
1. This switch is a sensor equippment that converts water into a switch-type electrical signal when a certain rate is reached.
2. Water sensor is composed of magnetic core, return spring, forged copper or polycarbon shell and sensor.
3. With shell made of PP plastic, the magnetic core is made of NdFeB permanent magnet material, and the sensor magnetic control switch is an imported medium power component.
4. And the inlet and outlet ports are G1 / 2 standard pipe thread, which is practical to use.
5. Meanwhile, such kind of switch has the advantages of high sensitivity and strong durability.


Specification:
Item Type: Water switch
Model: FS-135
Interface Thread Size: both internal and external threads are G1 / 2
Material: PP plastic
Working Voltage: DC0-110V
Working Current: 0.5-1A
Medium Proportion: 0.7
Signal Output Load: DC24V / 0.5A, 36V / 0.5A
Suitable Ambient Temperature: ≥1 ℃
Suitable Working Temperature: ≤100 ℃
Minimum Starting Flow: ≥0.75L / min
Maximum Rate: ≤5L / min
Rated Working Pressure: ≤0.65Mpa
Maximum Pressure of Shell: ≤1.5Mpa
Working Principle: when the water in the pipeline is more than 0.75L / min flow, the magnetic core generates displacement under the action of the water and drives the magnetic source to produce a magnetic control function to make the sensor output a "1" switch signal, which is input to the equipment control system, and after the power expansion and amplification, the purpose of water control is achieved. When the water in the pipeline is less than 0.75L / min flow, the magnetic core drives the magnetic source to return under the thrust of the return spring, so that the sensor outputs a "0" switch signal to stop the system.
Adaptation Scope and Conditions:
(1) The ambient temperature is not lower than 0 ℃. Do not knock on the casin









Switch, Plastic Water Sensor Switch, Portable Stable High Sensit

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