Warrick Conductivity Controls

TK-1 Kit

Part Number: TK1
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

TK-1 Kits are designed to automatically control the refill pump in open tanks and ponds that drain regularly, turning the pump ON when the liquid level in the tank drops to a point and turning it OFF when the level rises back to a second point. No assembly is required, just connect wire to control. 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
TK1
Model
TK-1
Supply Voltage
115 VAC
Indicators
N/A
Audible Alarm
N/A
Enclosure
Not Rated
Terminal Style
Screw Connector
Contact Design
SPDT (1 form C)
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
10.6

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.