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Seaflo Marine Boat Automatic Float Switch 12v -32v For Bilge Pump on 2040-parts.com

US $14.99
Location:

Xiamen, China

Xiamen, China
Condition:New Brand:SEAFLO N.W/G.W:0.16/0.18KG Manufacturer Part Number:SFBS-20-01 Max Amps 12Volts:20A Country/Region of Manufacture:China Max Amps 24Volts:10A Application:Marine/RV , Boats and Campers Max Amps 32Volts:8A Certification:CE, ISO9001:2000, RoHS Product:Marine Bilge Pump Float Switch Protection:Anti-airlock Ignition Protected UPC:6970424904250

SEAFLO Bilge Pump Float Switch 20 Amp 12V-32V DC Automatic Electric Float Switch

 



Features

  • Suitable for 12V-32V bilge pumps, with a maximum of 20 Amps
  • Designed to automatically activate your bilge pump when water is present
  • Turns pump on when water level reaches 2"(51mm)
  • Turns pump off when water level reaches 3/4"(19mm)
  • Non-mercury, environmentally friendly switch
  • Ignition protection
  • Heavy duty nylon housing
  • Water/moisture tight seals
  • Rustproof and corrosion resistant
  • Removable snap-on base for easy fitting, servicing and cleaning
  • Silent and vibration-less operation 
  • NOT to be used with AC voltage applications.
  • Includes instruction manual and wiring diagram

 

 

Applications 

  • Marine
  • RV & Campers
  • Industrial
  • New mercury free float switch.
  • Suitable for use with 12v DC or 24v DC bilge pumps.

 

 

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Model

SFBS-20-01

Max Amps 12volts

20A

Max Amps 24volts

10A

Wire Length

1M

Wire Gauge Size

18

N.W./G.W. (kg)

0.16/0.18

 


 

 

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