36303

Johnson Pump Ultima Switch Auto Control

Johnson Pump Ultima Switch Auto Control

Description

The Johnson Pump Ultima Switch Auto Control uses the Mirus field effect detector cells producing micro-electrical fields that detect disruptions caused by water and fluids.

Features

  • No Moving Parts
  • Totally Sealed Solid State Electronics And Field Detectors
  • No Mercury
List Price
$52.48
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$39.96
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Details

 Detector cells are totally sealed, are never in contact with the water, will not corrode and are not affected by oil or foreign debris.
ULTIMA activates at a 50 mm (2") fluid level and deactivates at a 20 mm (3/4") fluid level. A 3 second delay prevents false starts. ULTIMA switch is rated to handle all Johnson Pump submersible pumps pumps up to 20 amps at 12 or 24 volts.

Features:

  • No exposed sensors eliminate corrosion possibilities
  • Unique 3-way switch disables piezo alarm while keeping warning LED lit
  • Environmentally sensitive

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Johnson Pump Ultima Switch Auto Control 36303 Ultima Switch Auto Control with Mirus
$39.96
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