10M MC Sewage Float Switch

Excl. Tax £42.00 Incl. Tax £50.40
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SKU
10MCFS

The MC Float switch can be used to operate submersible pumps via a control panel. Ideal for sewage pump applications. The switch will give a open or closed contact.

Please see below for functions and technical data

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Submersible float switch for sewage pump applications. Multi contact connection to give normally open or closed contacts. 10m 3 core cable

Technical Features

  • 20A resistive load - 8A motor load
    (max absorption with 20m of cable: 10A)
  • Wire guage: 8.8mm
  • Operating temp:
    with H07 RNF cable: -15°C to +60°C
    with VVF A07 cable: +5°C to +60°C
  • Max depth: 40m
  • Protection grade: IP68
  • Float Dimensions (Yellow): 650 x 110mm

Terminal Connections

Please follow the figures of the terminal connections 

The upstream circuit must protect the electric wires from the overcurrent. WARNING: lack of protection shall null and void the warranty in the event the float breaks.

  • Mod.01: single function - only emptying of only filling (fig.1). The grounding wire is always yellow and green
  • Mod.02: double function (choice of the fitter installing)
    Emptying: (fig.2) use black and brown wires. Note: the blue/grey wire must be insulated.
    Filling: (fig.3) use black and blue/grey wires. Note: the brown wire must be insulated.
    High Level Alarm: (fig.2) use black and brown wires. Note: the blue/grey wire must be insulated.
    Low Level Alarm: (fig.3) use black and blue/grey wires. Note: the brown wire must be insulated. 

Unlike normal floats, the level regulator is used in pairs of two of the same type to regulate water levels to a certain height: one regulates the minimum level and the other regulates the maximum. A third and fourth can also be used for min. and max. alarm respectively. To avoid damaging the cable, we recommend using a fixing kit (fig.4).

NOTES: DO NOT TAMPER WITH THE FLOAT SWITCH

  • Before any operation on the float, remember to disconnect the power supply from the main power
  • Check that the max. motor power does not exceed the float's electrical values
  • The electrical cable is part of the floating, thus in case of cable damage, the float itself has to be replaced.
  • No joints should be made on the float switch cable, as immersion joints could cause short circuits of electrical shocks.