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Liquid Level Controller, 110 Vac, 2 VA

PNRU110A - Liquid Level Controller, 110 Vac, 2 VA
PNRU110A - Liquid Level Controller, 110 Vac, 2 VA

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Manufacturer Part No:
PNRU110A
Newark Part No.:
25C7409
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Product Information

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110VAC
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2VA
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Product Overview

The PNRU110A is a Fluid Level Control, pump up control for conductive liquids (tap water, sea water, sewage, chemical solutions, coffee, ice cream. The relay is energized when the level falls below the low level probe. It de-energizes when the high level probe is reached. The NRU will also control a single level. In this case, a single probe is used and the relay operates when the probe is not immersed. The Max terminal is connected to common with a jumper. 8-pin plug-in mounting.
  • 10A SPDT relay
  • 4.7 to 100kΩ Sensitivity
  • -10 to 60°C Operating temperature

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Automation & Process Control, Motor Drive & Control, Industrial

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