61F-G Floatless Relay is a relay with the function of automatic water supply and drainage...
Do you need to manage your drainage levels and water supply? Perhaps you need to monitor your agricultural water levels? If you need to control any type of conductive liquid — floatless relays are the way to go. While they have a similar mechanism to time relays, their application is completely different.
In essence, a relay is an electromagnetic chip that operates a relatively small current. That current can turn a much larger current off and on. One way to look at a floatless relay is as an electromagnetic lever. You turn your relay on, and it produces a small current which, in turn, controls another appliance with a bigger current.
Now, you might be thinking “Why is that useful? What can I do with a floatless relay?” Well, there’s actually plenty you can do. First, sensors are sensitive pieces of electronic equipment and they can only produce small currents. But we still need the sensors to drive larger appliances that use bigger currents. And that’s where relays come in. A floatless relay will help you bridge the gap between the currents and give you enough power for your appliances. So not only can you use a relay as a switch, but also as an amplifier that converts smaller currents into larger ones.
The biggest difference when it comes to floatless relays is how you want to mount them. There are three different types you can choose from:
Regardless of which one you choose, they are all pretty easy to install and use. Also, most of them have simple LED screens, so you can read the results at a glance. What’s more, you can also find a floatless relay that has different sensitivity settings which you can preset.
Measuring water levels has never been easier thanks to a floatless relay. It can work great in your home, office, building or factory. You can use a floatless relay for level control of any sort of conductive liquid. What’s more, you can control drainage or the automatic water supply.
You can control both purified and sewage water. Also, most relays have a built-in lightning surge arrester. The arrester is a must-have if you want to install your relay in a tropical environment, which is often affected by storms. In the event of a lightning strike, the arrester will protect your relay so it doesn’t get fried.