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Water Flow Sensor Vertical Float
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ZP4510 Water Level Sensor is a device used to sense the level of liquid within a tank. The switch can actuate a pump, an indicator, an alarm, or other device. easily converted from normally open to inverting the float. Because the current that the switch can carry is less (0.5A), you must use a relay or contactor when it is connected by a load, relay or contactor. Not Included Here. Building Facilities Cable Color May Be Different, .we Will ordinary random shipment inspections. the SA: float Switch Is A Device on used To Sense The Level Of Liquid Within A Tank. the The Switch May Actuate A Pump, An indicator The, An alarm check, or Add Used Other Device. 




  • Model No.: ZP4510 
  • Max Contact Rating: 10W
  • Max Switching Voltage: 220V DC / AC 
  • Max Switching Current: 1.5A 
  • Max Breakdown Voltage: 300V DC / AC 
  • Max Carry Current: 3A 
  • Max Contact Resistance: 100m Ohm 
  • Temperature Rating: -10 / +85 Celsuis 
  • Float Ball Material: PP 
  • Float Body Material PP 
  • Thread Dia (Approx): 9.5mm / 0.374 " 
  • Body Size: 23.3 x 57.7mm / 0.9" x 2.27 "(Max D * H) 
  • Cable Length: 36cm / 14.2" 
  • Color: White


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Water Flow Sensor Vertical Float

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  • Product Code: ZP4510
  • SKU: PL-0-879
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  • Rs. 230.10
  • Exclusive of GST: Rs. 195.00

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