SJE-RHOMBUS Junior Super Single P/N 1012434 Aerobic Septic Pump Float Switch

SJE-RHOMBUS Junior Super Single P/N 1012434 Aerobic Septic Pump Float Switch

Septic float switch

Pump switches provide automatic pump control.

Junior Super Single®

Mercury-Activated, Wide-Angle Pump Switch

Pump switches provide automatic pump control.

The Junior Super Single® pump switch is designed to directly control pumps up to 1/2 HP at 120 VAC 10 amps  and 1 HP at 230 VAC in non-potable water, water and sewage applications.

Although the Junior Super Single® pump switch is not sensitive to rotation, it is affected by turbulence and should be mounted in a non-turbulent location.  It is not recommended for use with motor contactors or relays because the motor contactor or relay may experience chattering.  A Super Single® or Double Float® pump switch would operate more efficiently in these installations.

Features:

  • Controls pumps up to 1/2 HP at 120 VAC and 1 HP at 230 VAC
  • Adjustable pumping range of 6.5 - 19 inches (16.5 - 48 cm)

UL Recognized, CSA Certified

Three Year Limited Warranty

Specifications:

CABLE:
Flexible 16 gauge, 2 conductor (UL, CSA) SJOW, water-resistant (CPE)

FLOAT:
2.81 inches diameter x  3.42 inches long (7.14 x 8.68 cm) high impact, corrosion resistance, PVC housing for use in sewage and water up to 140oF (60oC)

MERCURY SWITCH:
Mercury-to-metal contacts, hermetically sealed in a steel capsule

ELECTRICAL:
120 VAC 50/60 Hz Single Phase:
Maximum Pump Running Current: 13 amps
Maximum Pump Starting Current: 40 amps
Recommended Pump HP: 1/2 HP or less

230 VAC 50/60 Hz Single Phase:
Maximum Pump Running Current: 8 amps
Maximum Pump Starting Current: 20 amps
Recommended Pump HP: 1 HP or less

 Sje-rhombus junior super single P/N 1012434 aerobic septic pump float switch.

 

WARNING: Any electrical repair on an aerobic septic system; should only be done by a licensed septic technician. Electricity kills and saving a few dollars is not worth your life!

 

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