Heavy-Duty Level Switches Compatible with Solartron Mobrey Switches
Apr 14 2008 Read 1798 Times
The Emco (USA) side-entry heavy duty level switch, available from PVL at a very reasonable price, uses a Type A mounting flange and has standard M20 x 1.5 mm cable gland connections. Manufactured from stainless steel, it is tested to 100 Bar pressure and to operate in liquids to 225ºC and ambient temperatures up to 80ºC.
An Emco top-entry heavy duty level switch with variable hysteresis adjustment is available for tanks up to 3,000mm deep – there is a video demonstration of its operation on the PVL web site at www.pvl.co.uk/emco. The lever carries a permanent magnet which is opposed by a similar magnet in the switch housing. These magnets are separated by the mating flange of the level switch which offers excellent sealing. Both the top and side-entry models have a choice of switching options including SPDT with gold or silver contacts, NAMUR and pneumatic, the pneumatic being safe for hazardous environments. Approvals include Det Norske Veritas, Lloyds Register of Shipping and Bureau Veritas.
As the sole UK distributor for Emco in the UK, PVL supplies a full range of level switches, including remote housings, ATEX explosion-proof switches and continuous output level control units.
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