Our standard float switches based on a reed switch have a switching tube diameter of 12 mm. The potential-free reed switches may be actuated by a permanent magnet which is integrated in the float body and moves on the tube depending on the level.
The switching process itself is contact-free and works by magnetizing the pair of reed blades (made of ferromagnetic material) which are located in a hermetically sealed glass tube of the reed switch.
The switching function always refers to a rising or falling level.
The switching outputs can be defined as needed, either as NCC, NOC or change-over contact.
A float switch generally consists of a connecting head, a switching tube, the switching function and the float. The float switch is easy to install as the connecting head can be perfectly adapted to suit your needs.
A combination of temperature and level measurement allows for a perfect monitoring and control in a consuming point.
The connecting head can be configured as a simple cable outlet up to and including an R2" thread
Our range of products also includes flanges in standard sizes, with or without enclosure
Models made of stainless steel (mat. no. 1.4571), brass (mat. no. 2.0321) and PVC available
Switching tube up to 3 m in length
Connection by means of cable or plug
Straight or curved versions available
The float body material ranges from PVC, PP, POM, NBR to stainless steel, depending on the respective need