Float Switches Boast Versatility

APG’s series FS-400 vertical float switches and series FS-410 mini vertical float switches feature all stainless steel wetted materials, usher-reversible logic function, and high operating temperatures. They are suitable for a wide variety of applications. Shared features include:

  • Operating temperatures up to 500°F
  • 316L and 15-7 Stainless Steel wetted materials
  • Voltage rating up to 120 VDC, 240 VAC
  • NPT and hex nut mounting
  • Certifications pending

 

With all stainless steel wetted materials, operating temperatures up to 500° F, and a switch rated for VDC and VAC operation, the series FS-400 float switch comes in two standard configurations. Specs and features include:

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  • Mounting: 1/4” NPT with 5/8” Hex nut
  • 3.44” (87.49 mm) from top of threads to end of stem
  • 2.06” Ø float
  • Standard Temperature Range: -40° to 383° F (-40° to 195° C), up to 200 psi
  • High Temperature Range: -40° to 500° F (-40° to 260° C), up to 500 psi
  • Max Capacity: 60 W
  • Voltage rating: up to 120 Vdc, 240 Vac

 

The series FS-410 mini vertical float switches measure less than 2.35 inches (60 mm) in total length. Features include:

  • Mounting: 1/8” NPT with 1/2” Hex nut
  • 2.32” (58.93 mm) from top of threads to end of stem
  • 1.17” Ø float
  • Standard Temperature Range: -40° to 383° F (-40° to 195° C), up to 300 psi
  • High Temperature Range: -40° to 500° F (-40° to 260° C), up to 300 psi
  • Max Capacity: 30 W
  • Voltage rating: up to 120 Vdc, 240 Vac

 

More specs and pricing are available on the APG product page.

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