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On Sale! Up to 9% off on Flow Switches at Scranton Sewer, Page 3. Top brands include Warrick, Gems Sensors, Asco, W.E. Anderson®, Dwyer, Dayton, & Ames. Hurry! Limited time offers. Offers valid only while supplies last.
Warrick 3E2B Red Brass Liquid Level Sensor with Two Probe, 2" NPT Male
4.5 out of 5 stars with 47 reviews
Gems Warrick liquid level sensors are available in two probe models. The versatility of the Warrick design makes these sensors ideal for a diverse range of applications. It includes food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, caustics and acids, boilers and ...
Gems Sensors 25873 Intrinsically Safe-Pak Relay, 200 to 250 VAC Voltage, 5A Current
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4.3 out of 5 stars with 299 reviews
Gems intrinsically Safe-Pak electronic relay. Less than 100 microamps at 9 VDC actuates the unit to control loads to 5A at 120 VAC. Resistive up to 100000 ohm or short-circuiting sensors operate the unit. Operating temperature range: 0 to +120 degree...
Dayton 6PNV0 Float Switch, Mechanical, 230 VAC, 20 Ft
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4.1 out of 5 stars with 26 reviews
Float Switch, Mechanical, Tether, Normally Open, Plug Connection, Max. Amps Running 13, Voltage 230, Wire Gauge 14, Pumping Range Min./Max. 5 to 30, Float Material ABS, Mounting Bracket Material Plastic/Stainless Steel, Agency Compliance UL, CSA, Inc...
Warrick 3E4B Red Brass Liquid Level Sensor with Four Probe, 2-1/2" NPT Male
4.5 out of 5 stars with 78 reviews
Gems Warrick liquid level sensors are available in four probe models. The versatility of the Warrick design makes these sensors ideal for a diverse range of applications. It includes food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, caustics and acids, boilers and...
Gems Sensors 54820 Programmable Safe-Pak Relay, 95 to 125 VAC Voltage, 2A Current
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4.4 out of 5 stars with 76 reviews
Gems programmable Safe-Pak relay. Operations such as normally open, normally closed or latching are programmed into these versatile SAFE-PAK units by the user during installation. Selection is made by simply connecting sensor wiring (and jumper wire ...