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M5970 - 1/2" Bulkhead Stainless Steel Side-Mounted Float Switch

M5970 - 1/2" Bulkhead Stainless Steel Side-Mounted Float Switch
M5970 - 1/2" Bulkhead Stainless Steel Side-Mounted Float Switch
Model # M5970

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1/2" Bulkhead Stainless Steel Side-Mounted Float Switch

Available for same-day shipment The M5970 side-mounted liquid level switch has a stainless steel stem and a stainless steel float. Stainless steel stems and floats are well-suited for corrosive environments, as well as food processing, medical, heating and cooling applications. This series of stainless steel side mount float switches is among the most durable float switches in the industry.

Note: SPST = Single Pole, Single Throw

Application

  • Industrial tank level control
  • Food grade fluid level control
  • Chemical tanks and fuel tanks
  • Hot water boilers and steam generator tanks

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

Specifications
Type Side-Mounted Switch
Stem Material 316 Stainless Steel
Float Material 316 Stainless Steel
Float SG 0.70
Max. Temperature 392˚F (200ºC)
Fitting Type Bulkhead 1/2-13 UNC
Max. Pressure 100 PSIG
Switch Rating 30 Watt, 240V max. (AC/DC), SPST
Lead Wires 24", 22 AWG, Teflon Insulated (Standard)
Approvals NSF, CE, UL
Electrical Ratings
AC Voltage 30 VA Nominal - 0.28 amps max. @ 120 VAC, ( 0.14 amps @ 240 VAC)
DC Voltage 30 W Nominal - 0.28 amps max @ 24 VDC, ( 0.07 amps @ 120VDC)
Additional Notes
Minimum Order Quantity 3 Pcs.
Available Same Day 15 Pcs.
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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