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100 Liquid Level Controls


Littelfuse offers conductive liquid level sensing controls that are used in steam tables, slushy drink and soft ice cream machines, pump control panels, and more. They are available in either pump-up (fill) or pump-down (drain) mode.


8-PIN


Beyond 2020 Controls


Littelfuse specializes in manufacturing controls for AC phase controls, obstruction lighting controls, liquid-level controls, sequencing controls, and temperature controls.


Voltage/Phase Monitors


8-PIN


Littelfuse single-phase and three- phase voltage monitors provide basic protection against equipment failure caused by line-side voltage faults and rapid cycling (select models also protect against load- side voltage faults).


Timers


Littelfuse’s diverse family of timers cover practically every application imaginable:


 HVAC 


  8-PIN  


Multifunction Coin Counter


Delay-on-Break Delay-on-Make


   Interval


Percentage Recycling


Single-Shot Flashers and Indicators


Littelfuse flashers are FAA approved versions for obstruction lighting control. All products are encapsulated to protect against vibration and moisture which makes them ideal for outdoor use. Littelfuse “current flow” indicators provide visual confirmation that a load is operating as expected.


Alternating Relays


Littelfuse’s family of alternating relays balance the run time of pumps in dual pump applications.


Current Sensors/ Transducers


Littelfuse current transducers provide a transformer isolated 4-20mA or 0-10V signal proportional to the monitored current for single loop control or for DCS data acquisition.


Arc-Flash Relays


Littelfuse Arc-Flash Relays are plug and play making it easier to increase worker safety and reduce costly arc fault damage in retrofit applications. All relays detect the light from an arc flash and trip the breaker in less than 1 ms or up to 3 ms depending on the series.


SB6100 Industrial Shock-Block®


GFCI


Industrial Shock-Block (ISB) is a personnel protection device designed to meet the new requirements for special-purpose GFCIs defined by UL 943C.


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