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Electronic Water Level Float Switch



There are many switching solutions for water level controlling systems, and many, perhaps even you, are still using the older purely mechanical switches of the past. Waterline Controls would like to introduce you to the benefits of a modern electronic switch, which we have determined to be the best, and most versatile option for todays equipment. The electronic switch has fewer moving parts, and is far easier to protect from the often tough environments surrounding water storage and management. An electronic switch makes remote locations for your actual control unit a possibility, further isolating delicate equipment from the threat of humidity, spray, and soaking, as well as introducing an element of convenience to the system. With Waterline Controls, you not only have the solid-state reliability of our electronic switch, you also benefit from our over 20 years of experience and our 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Every one of our units uses electronic filling switches and electronic draining switches. In our white paper on the subject, you can find out why sensor types are vital relative to the application.

• Cooling Tower Systems – Never Replace a Water Level Controller Again!
• Fire Suppression Systems
• Holding Tanks
• Sewage Systems
• Storm Water Storage
• Surge Tanks
• Waste Water Treatment
• Well Water Tanks – Never Replace a Float Switch Again!


Related Terms & Components: Liquid Level Sensors, Level Switch, Float Switch, Cistern, Submersible Pumps, Water Storage Tanks, Water Towers, Rain Water Harvesting


There are many switching solutions for water level controlling systems, and many, perhaps even you, are still using the older purely mechanical switches of the past. Waterline Controls would like to introduce you to the benefits of a modern electronic switch, which we have determined to be the best, and most versatile option for todays equipment. The electronic switch has fewer moving parts, and is far easier to protect from the often tough environments surrounding water storage and management. An electronic switch makes remote locations for your actual control unit a possibility, further isolating delicate equipment from the threat of humidity, spray, and soaking, as well as introducing an element of convenience to the system. With Waterline Controls, you not only have the solid-state reliability of our electronic switch, you also benefit from our over 20 years of experience and our 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Every one of our units uses electronic filling switches and electronic draining switches. In our white paper on the subject, you can find out why sensor types are vital relative to the application.

• Cooling Tower Systems – Never Replace a Water Level Controller Again!
• Fire Suppression Systems
• Holding Tanks
• Sewage Systems
• Storm Water Storage
• Surge Tanks
• Waste Water Treatment
• Well Water Tanks – Never Replace a Float Switch Again!


Related Terms & Components: Liquid Level Sensors, Level Switch, Float Switch, Cistern, Submersible Pumps, Water Storage Tanks, Water Towers, Rain Water Harvesting
  • WLC-3000-Fill Only

    WLC-3000-Fill Only

    Fill Only With Diagnostics-Complete Kit Includes Sensor With 50 ft. Sensor Wire, The Controller, and Mounting Assembly.
    Fill Only | SINGLE-CONTACT POINT | Custom Sensors lengths available upon request | 4-wire Dry contacts to BMS for measuring Fill “ON” time and fault conditions. Operates any 110VAC valve. (Not supplied in this kit (See Options Section for valves).

  • Float Switch Controls

    Float Switch Controls

    These are low cost controls for any Float Switch operation.  This control comes in four different configurations: Single Float pump up or pump down, Two float pump up or pump down, single float pump up or down with a second float for a low alarm or high alarm and a pump up or down using two floats with a high or low alarm.

     

    At this point we do not supply the float switches.  We are supply these controls so the voltage in the water or wet area meets the UL requirements not to exceed 24VAC.  These will always operate less the 24VAC through the float switches.  The enclosure is a NEMA6R and ideal for wet applications.  Ask your contractor how he plans to operate the floats so you know he is using some sort of low voltage system.  While we prefer the low voltage electronic sensing system we developed we realize that it may not always fit into the budget and has more features and functions than are needed for your application.