Liquid Level Sensor - 2826/2826FS

2826FS

Security Savvy

  • $65.40
    Unit price per 


Description

Liquid Level Sensor - 2826/2826FS

The 2826 Detector is an internally powered, microprocessor controlled device that samples the conductivity between any two adjacent sensor points located on the bottom of the device. Power consumption is less than 1 microamp while in the standby mode. This allows for an extended duty cycle.

Relay contacts are latched in an open or closed position based on the conductivity measured between the sensors. External wire connections are provided to allow access to the “C” form relay contacts for output control of an external device.

Features

  • Detects Non-Volatile Liquids
  • For Use With Wireless Transmitters
  • Microprocessor Controlled
  • Installs Easily
  • “C” Form Relay Contacts
  • Fail Safe Version
  • Made In U.S.A.

Specifications


Installation Instructions

2826 - Liquid Level Sensor

To install the G.R.I. 2826 Detector, place the unit where liquid is most likely to accumulate. Clean and dry the desired placement location. A smooth surface is preferable and preparing surface by using an alcohol wipe is recommended. Remove protective paper from double sided tape, then stick the unit to the cleaned surface.

To connect the 2826 Detector wires to an external device, see the installation instructions for that device

Use the white and red wires for a closed loop circuit, or the white and black wires for an open loop circuit. After installation these units should be tested with water and inspected annually. If there is any corrosion or damage the sensor should be replaced.

2826FS - Liquid Level Sensor Kit

Mount the 2826FS Detector Relay on a wall no more than 100 feet from desired location to be monitored. Mount the sensor probes at locations where liquid pooling is most likely to occur. Run probe wires from sensor probes to the detector relay and connect wires to sensor terminals. Wire all sensor probes in parallel.

Use the relay contact terminals to connect to external devices such as wireless transmitters or connect directly to alarm or controller systems. After installation these units should be tested with a damp sponge or paper towel and inspected annually. If there is any corrosion or damage the sensor should be replaced.

What's In The Box

    Kit Consists Of Multiple Pieces (See "Specifications" For Details)