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The M8705 side-mounted liquid level switch has a polypropylene stem and a polypropylene float and is equipped with a slosh shield. A slosh shield should be considered if your operating environment contains intensive agitation of the liquid, boiling fluids, or surging due to large inflows and outflows of liquid. These turbulent conditions may result in erratic float operation. If this is not the case, the M8700 is the equivalent switch without the slosh shield equipped.
Polypropylene is typically suitable for use with acidic liquids such as those found in electroplating and metal cleaning. It is also a great option for lower temperature food operations up to 105°C. This material is a good choice for commercial appliances and equipment as well.
Note: SPST = Single Pole, Single Throw
For acidic conditions, such as found in electroplating and metal cleaning. Another choice for lower-temperature food processing applications up to 105°C. Also a good choice for general-purpose applications in commercial or consumer appliances and equipment.
Switches are rated for resistive loads. See our Electrical Considerations for UL guidelines for current (Amperes resistive) at different voltages
|Type||Side-Mounted Switches with Slosh Shield|
|Float SG||0.60 SG|
|Fitting Type||1" NPT Pipe Thread by 1/2" NPT Pipe Thread|
|Max. Pressure||100 PSIG|
|Switch Rating||30 Watt, 240V max. (AC/DC), SPST|
|Lead Wires||24", 22 AWG, MTW Insulated (Standard)|
|Approvals||NSF, CE, UL|
|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)|
|Minimum Order Quantity||6 Pcs.|
|Available Same Day||10 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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