Level-Temperature Switches SLTS

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Level-Temperature Switch SLTS

The STAUFF Level-Temperature Switches (SLTS Series) are unique in their design and modularity. One of the greatest advantages is the ability of the end-user to adjust the switching level. The internal support wire carrying the level and temperature switches makes it a simple and quick job to change the level switch position.

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Features

▪ Suitable for Mineral Oil and HFC fluids,
  other fluids on request
▪ Either 1 or 2 level contacts available
▪ 1 integrated temperature sensor (optional)
▪ Standard electrical function:
  Level contacts: Normally closed, opens with
  falling level
  Temperature contacts: Normally closed, opens
  with rising temperature

STAUFF Level-Temperature Switches SLTS are available
with other electrical functions on request.

Options

▪ 1 NPT and others availble on request
▪ max. 115 Volt switching (for thread N16 only)

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Technical Data

Materials
▪ Stem: Brass
▪ Float/Sealing: NBR (Buna-N®)

▪ Max. operating temp.: +80 °C / +176 °F

Electrical Data and Output
▪ Max. current level contact: 0.5 A
▪ Max. current temp. contact: 2.0 A
▪ Contact load level contact: 10 VA
▪ Max. operating voltage: (See ordering code)

▪ Specific gravity of fluid: ≥0,8 kg/dm3
▪ Hysteresis: +18 °C / +64.4 °F

Protection Rating
▪ IP 65 protection rating: Dust tight and protected
  against water jets

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