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  • Application: Bilge Pump Smart Sensor (.pdf)
    does not sit and chatter. • Bilge pump on boats. on and off in rapid succession. The sensor is capable of operating between 0°C. and 90°C. • Sump pumps in basements. The sensor will switch and carry current up to 10 amps DC continuously, with. • Air conditioners detecting high water levels
  • Field-Effect Sensors for Fluid Detection Applications (.pdf)
    sensing technology is ideally suited for sump, lift station, underground vault, wet well and storm water fluid level management applications. Field-Effect Sensors for Fluid Detection Applications FiEld-EFFEct SEnSoRS FoR Fluid dEtEction ApplicAtionS. Executive Summary. ultrasonic, and optical

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  • Building and natural risks
    ...possible to install an automatic network separation of distribution lines in the flood region which activate themselves as soon as the water at the bottom of these spaces accumulates,.) • installation of sockets and switches over flood level • device of a...
  • Nontoxic Liquid Metal Alloy Could Substitute For Mercury
    Rancourt sees several potential applications, starting with electrical float switches used to sense the level of sewerage and waste water , as well as on boat bilge pumps and home sump pumps.
  • Nontoxic Liquid Metal Alloy Could Substitute For Mercury
    Rancourt sees several potential applications, starting with electrical float switches used to sense the level of sewerage and waste water , as well as on boat bilge pumps and home sump pumps.
  • Nontoxic Liquid Metal Alloy Could Substitute For Mercury
    Rancourt sees several potential applications, starting with electrical float switches used to sense the level of sewerage and waste water , as well as on boat bilge pumps and home sump pumps.