Warrick Conductivity Controls

Series 26M Conductivity Based Liquid Level Control

Part Number: 26ME2A0
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

Series 26M Low-Water Cutoff Plug-In Module is designed for low-water cutoff protection and meets CSD1 requirements for boiler low-water cutoff. Series 26M features powered contacts. If non-powered contacts are required, please contact factory and request information on Series 26NM. Options include: Dirty Electrode Detection, Manual Reset Button (If level drops, control is deactivated until liquid level returns to normal and pushbutton is depressed), Power Outage Feature (ignores nuisance outages and resets when power is restored), Test and time delays are available.

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

  • 4.7K - 26K Ohm/cm Sensitivity
  • Optional Manual Reset Button Feature
  • Optional Power Outage Feature
  • LED Monitoring Low Voltage Sensor
  • 11-Pin Socket Plug-In Design
  • Powered Contacts
  • U.L. "Limit Control"
Sku
26ME2A0
Model
26M
Sensor Type
Low Water Cutoff Controls
Mode Of Operation
Direct
Sensitivity
100 K ohms
Control Style
Plug-In Module
Socket Style
11 Pin Octal
Standoff Style
N/A
Enclosure
N/A
Contact Design
1 Normally Open & 1 Normally Closed (powered)
Contact Rating
10 Amp Resistive 1/3 horse power
Supply Voltage
240 VAC
Secondary Voltage
12 VAC
Terminal Style
Screw Connector
Minimum Temperature
-40°F
Maximum Temperature
150°F
Protection
Non-Intrinsically Safe
Approvals
UL 353 for use in Boilers
Weight
1.1

Gems Sensors Instructions, Warrick 26M Controls

Format .pdf
Size 166 KB

Gems Sensors Catalog, 26 Module

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.