High water alarm.
Sump Alarm 12 volt DC (24 volts available)Indoor/Outdoor High Water Alarm with 10 foot DC line cord attaches to your battery, your choice of battery terminations. 6 -foot Float cord, Flashing LED Light and Tonal Alarm For Septic / Sump / Pond & Other Applications. #smpa1-12
Monitor your outdoor pump or Septic System Level from a remote location. A visually and audibly notification when a pump is non-operational. The alarm will sound when a high water or pump failure situation occurs.
Applications Include: Septic Systems - Outdoor Sump Pump Alarm / Crawl Space Pump Failure - Outdoor Sump Pump Monitor / Septic Pump Failure Alarm - Swimming Pool Sump Pump Monitor / Sump Pump Alarm System - 12 Volt DC Sump Pump Failure Alarm / Sump Pump Failure Warning - Sump Pump Alert
When a high level alarm condition exists, flashing red light and 80 db tonal alarm become active. Place the float by your pump water well, mount the alarm unit, plug in the unit, and the installation is complete. The alarm unit can be up to 10 feet away from the 12 volt battery.
Includes sump alarm counter weigh.
Waterproof Alarm unit- Wall or panel mount.
Has (2) rear mounting holes for mounting.
Your choice of battery terminations. comes with alligator clips for fast connection. Contact us if you want ring terminals.
Includes wall anchors for head unit, zip ties for floats, and instructions.
Mercury Free Float Switch is suitable for use with potable water.
It can be used in sump pumps, water tanks, lift stations, low density oils and sewage water.
Unit is wired for high level alarm, but can be reversed for low level alarm
12 volt DC unit (24 volts DC available) with 10 foot low voltage cord.
How it works:
The alarm has a float on a line cord. On the line cord there is an adjustable weight. The weight slides on the cord and is placed in the well at the level you want the alarm to sound. The float switch is hanging below the weight. When the liquid rises to the level of the weight the float switch activates the alarm. This indicates that the liquid has reached an alarm point indicating pump failure.