Water sensor

Provide protection from water damage with the AquaSwitch from EDC International.

04/01/2008


Provide protection from water damage with the AquaSwitch from EDC International. The water sensor is a fully encapsulated electronic circuit, controlling an isolated, powerful 5-amp relay that is added to secondary drain pans for air-handling equipment, hot water heater safety pans, laundry room floor pans, and wherever there is a need for protection from water damage. When water levels fill to the “switch-on” level, the AquaSwitch activates the circuit. The device is not affected by oil or other contaminates on the surface of the water.

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