FDEBSN010000A00

Quick Electronic Switches for Bilge Pumps

Quick Electronic Switches for Bilge Pumps

Description

The Quick Switches for Bilge Pumps are operated by microcontroller.

Features

  • Advanced digital filter distinguishes presence of water
  • Resin-coated watertight casing
  • Functions well in a wide range of environmental temperatures
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$110.00
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$82.50
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Features

  • Operation managed by microcontroller.
  • Advanced digital filter to distinguish the presence of water.
  • Extended power supply range.
  • Remote indication of operation status by led or remote control panel (optional).
  • Manual remote pump switch-on by button or remote control panel (optional).
  • Signal for prolonged bilge pump switch on (if led or remote control panel is installed).
  • Protection against excessive battery rundown.
  • Switch-on/switch-off delay to avoid false switch-on/switch-off cycling of the pump caused by the roll of the boat.
  • Functioning over a wide range of environmental temperatures.
  • Resin-coated watertight casing.
  • Easy installation.
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Quick Electronic Switches for Bilge Pumps FDEBSN010000A00 Electronic switch for bilge pump, 10 amp
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