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The M8000 miniature liquid level float switch has a polypropylene stem and a polypropylene float. The M8000 series miniature plastic float switches are designed for liquid level sensing for a wide variety of fluids and conditions. These hermetically sealed float switches provide years of dependable sensing at an economical cost. Used with standard 1/8” NPT threaded stem, these plastic switches provide control signals for many different liquid level sensor applications. Any of our vertical float switches can easily be mounted in the top or bottom of a tank as a High or Low level float switch. Slosh shields are also available to protect the float and switches from turbulence or debris.
All wetted materials are NSF grade material and the float switch is listed as an NSF component and widely used in the food equipment industry.
Note: SPST = Single Pole, Single Throw Reed Switch
Madison Company uses only polypropylene that is FDA-approved for food contact in these float switches. Polypropylene is also a great choice for chemical resistance from DI-water to Acidic fluids used in electroplating or chemical processes.
Switches are rated for resistive loads. See our Electrical Considerations for UL guidelines for current (Amperes resistive) at different voltages.
|Type||Miniature Plastic Float Switch|
|Float SG||0.80 SG|
|Fitting Type||1/8" 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, CSA|
|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||15 Pcs.|
|Available Same Day||250 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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