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Float Switch Installation
A Float Switch Floats on liquid surface and Moves vertically up or down as the liquid level change within the tank. The Switch is Capable of Sending A Signal to Trigger A Motor to Fill The Tank, A Valve to Open and Empty the Tank, A High Water Level Alarm, OR Both Depending On The Media Level Within The Tank. Read Our Article on Float Switches to Learn More About How A Float Switch Works.

A Float Switch Consists of A Buoyant Case, A Switch, and An Electrical Wire. Figure 2 shows How to position the Wire and the Float Switch So that the Wire Doesn’t Change The Switch’s Depth. Fix the Float Switch to a Bracket on the Water Tank's Wall or Along the Pipe Running Down Inside The Tank.

Figure 3 Shows Float Switch Installation With A Counterweight. It is important that there are no obstructions below or aboo the float switch that it that could get stuck on it moves with the water level. The Depth, or Length of the Cable, Between the Fixture Point of the Float Switch and Bracket Determines the Totrension of the Float and the Consequents Distance Water Must Rise or Lower For the Pump to Start Or Stop.

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