Float Switch - Water Level Sensor ZPC4, ZPC5 ZPC6
- Product SKU: KG201
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DescriptionThe float level switch is a kind of liquid level control device with a simple structure, no external power supply, no complicated circuit, convenient to use. It has the advantage of a smaller size and longer service life than a mechanical switch. This 110V Side Mount Horizontal Liquid Float Switch is mainly used to detect the level of liquid in a tank to turn on / off a pump, indicator, alarm, or another device.
If you are want to make your own fish tank, then this water level sensor is needed for you. You can purchase this Product From Robu. at a reasonable price. The Anti-Corrosion Water Level Sensor with Ball Float Switch is a device used to sense the level of liquid within a tank, it may actuate a pump, an indicator, an alarm, or another device.
- Made of high-quality material.
- Mainly used to detect the level of liquid in a tank to turn on / off a pump, indicator, alarm, or another device.
- Optional 2-way to install as a normally closed/open switch according to your needs.
- Suitable for hydroponics, salt water, fresh water, gardening, power control aquariums.
Integration with Arduino
- Long-lasting life.
- Easy to use.
This works perfect came in on exact time and for what I'm using it for it works awesomeChase Fowler
Now running the automatic water filling for my hydroponic system, I liked these float switches. They are very easy to install, and their installation was automatically watertight, with no extra tape or sealant.I'm running these into a small PLC, so they aren't passing motor currents.Great value. I need more for next years system
Had to use a multi meter to make sure it was working. Works as advertised. Having it operating a relay alone
Perfect waste tank replacement.....For the buck its 5 star above.
Seems reliable. Working well so far.
I used a couple of these level switches in series (for redundancy) in a system to keep my koi pond full. I ultimately used power thru these switches to activate a little relay as the (presumably reed) switches were not hefty enough to carry the current necessary to power a couple of solenoid-controlled irrigation valves. They worked okay but I don't have much time on them yet. If they last over a year, I'll try to remember to upgrade this rating to 5 stars.