Warrick Conductivity Controls

HP-1 Kit

Part Number: HP1
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

HP-1 Kits are designed to automatically control the refill pump in up to 125 psi (9 bar) pressure vessels that drain regularly, turning the pump ON when the liquid level in the vessel drops to a low point and turning it OFF when the level rises back to a high point. Minimal assembly is required. Also for low-pressure sealed vessels. Gems pre-packaged kits for refilling/draining tanks come in several varieties and combine all the know-how and components you'll need to add automatic control to pump-up/pump-down operaions. Each kit is supplied with controllers, probes, electrical enclosures and full instructions.

LEAD TIME:

5 days
Lead-times and expedites

Lead-times apply to standard parts & configurations. Expedited shipments available by contacting factory. Lead-times may vary based on quantity and/or non-standard configurations.

CE ROHS Gems Compliant CSA

Features

  • Time Savers
  • No Component Selection Hassles
  • Compatible Components
  • Little or No Assembly
Sku
HP1
Model
HP-1
Supply Voltage
115 VAC
Indicators
N/A
Audible Alarm
N/A
Enclosure
Not Rated
Terminal Style
Screw Connector
Contact Design
(2) SPDT
Contact Rating
10 amps, 1/3 hp
AuxillaryContacts
N/A
Interface Contacts
N/A
Secondary Voltage
12 VAC
Number Of Channels
1
Maximum Temperature
150°F
Protection
Non-Intrinsically Safe
Weight
18

Gems Sensors Instructions, Warrick TK-1 and TK-2 Kits

Format .pdf
Size 681 KB

Gems Sensors Catalog, Warrick Kits

Format .pdf
Size 2 MB
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Should the sensitivity of my control be higher or lower in resistance than my liquid?

The sensitivity of the control should be greater than the resistance of the liquid.