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ML5555-LVL3 - 3rd Level Adder Option for ML5555 Multi-Point Float Switch Kit

ML5555-LVL3 - 3rd Level Adder Option for ML5555 Multi-Point Float Switch Kit
Model # ML5555-LVL3

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Stainless Steel 3rd Level Adder for ML5555 Multi-Point Switch Kit

Designed for users who require longer stem length or more levels for the ML5555 stainless steel multi-point float switch kits. The 3rd adder kit includes one stainless steel float, one 5" stem with a built-in switch capsule, and two unions. The overall length will be 48" when the 3rd level adder is used with the ML5555 kits. The maximum number of levels the ML5555 kit can support is four. See other options below for more adder kits.

 

Adder kits are availabe as follows:

ML5555-LVL3 to add a 3rd level

ML5555-LVL4 to add a 4th level

ML5555-LVLS3&4 to add a 3rd and 4th level

Note: SPST = Single Pole, Single Throw

Application

Commonly used in food processing, medical, heating and cooling equipment.

 Switches are rated for resistive loads. See our Electrical Considerations for UL guidelines for current (Amperes resistive) at different voltages.

Specifications
Stem Material 316 Stainless Steel
Float Material 316 Stainless Steel
Float SG 0.55
Max. Temperature 200ºC
Max. Pressure 200 PSIG
Switch Rating 60 Watt, 240V max. (AC/DC), SPST
Lead Wires 72", 22 AWG, Teflon Insulated (Standard)
Approvals CE, UL
Electrical Ratings
AC Voltage 60 VA Nominal - 0.50 amps max. @ 120 VAC, ( 0.40 amps @ 240 VAC)
DC Voltage 60 W Nominal - 0.50 amps max @ 24 VDC, ( 0.20 amps @ 120VDC)
Additional Notes
Note 1 Switches are rated for resistive loads. See our Electrical Considerations for UL guidelines for current (Amperes resistive) at different voltages.

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