Electronic Low Water Cutoff  - 24V (Steam) Zoom

Electronic Low Water Cutoff - 24V (Steam)

SKU:Safgard-400

Brand: Hydrolevel

Hydrolevel
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Specs

Application: Steam Boilers
Switch: SPDT
Max Pressure (PSI): 15 psi (Steam)
Type: Electronic
Reset Type: Automatic
Voltage:
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24v
Power Consumption: 2 VA
Burner Off Delay: 15 Second
Burner On Delay: 30 Second
Aux Switch Ratings: 50 VA pilot duty @ 24 V

Description for Hydrolevel Safgard-400

Hydrolevel low water cut-offs are electrically operated. A probe is installed in the boiler shell or external manifold and is connected to the control unit. Water is used as a conductor to complete the circuit between the probe and the boiler shell. When water is in contact with the probe, the circuit is completed; when the water level drops below the probe, the circuit opens. Hydrolevel controls provide contacts to de-energize the burner circuit in a low water condition.

  • Reliable Electronic Operation
  • Easy to Install
  • Low Maintenance; No Blowdowns
  • No Moving Parts to Wear or Stick
  • Time Delay Prevents Burner Short Cycling
  • Inexpensive to Own and Operate
  • 15 Second Burner Off Delay
  • 30 Second Burner On Delay
  • Automatic Reset
  • Low Water Indicating Light
  • Direct Boiler Mounting ? Eliminates Blowdowns
    Operation:
    Burner circuit contacts open after 15 second delay in a low water condition. Delay prevents short cycling caused by momentary fluctuations in the boiler water level. Automatically reactivates burner circuit 30 seconds after water reaches the probe, allowing optional water feeder to raise water level above the probe.

  • Electronic Low Water Cutoff - 24V (Steam)

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    5.0

    Do the job

    By Oliver S.

    from New Jersey

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Electronic Low Water Cutoff - 24V (Steam):

    My last lower water cut -off die so I bought the same model here I installed by myself is not that hard.Now is working perfecly.

     
    5.0

    Perfect replacement for solenoid part.

    By SteamHeat

    from Rochester, NY

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Electronic Low Water Cutoff - 24V (Steam):

    My boiler/steam heat residential furnace has Safgard parts from the 1980s. This was an easy replacement!

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      Q:

      when water level drops in my weil mclain boiler indicator light goes on boiler shuts down green light on water feeder lights by blinking green then light on cut off abruptly shuts off before water feeder activates have to fill boiler manually and boiler fires up. can you advise me on this problem boiler is 3 yrs old
      Asked on 12/16/2013 by mickey from north andover

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      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        I had the same problem as you, but this is actually what this unit is supposed to do as it has a lock out on firing the boiler until reset it hit. The sell another unit without the lockout feature for use with an auto feed.
        When I put in the auto feed valve to remedy this problem I simple tied the two lead going to the reset switch together. This essentially prevents the lockout and my autofeed system was happy again.

        Answered on 12/16/2013 by Anonymous
      • VERIFIED BUYER

        A:

        I'm having an issue also and I have to manually add water. Water goes down very slow so I have not been able to see whether or not I am having the same issue with low water cutoff as you are. I'll try to see what is happening next time I change the water.

        Answered on 12/16/2013 by Anonymous
    • Electronic Low Water Cutoff - 24V (Steam)

      Q:

      why does the boiler over fill with this control?
      Asked on 2/21/2011 by marty from chicago il

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        A:

        We recommend that you adjust the flow on the feeder or clean the probe.

        Answered on 2/22/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • Electronic Low Water Cutoff - 24V (Steam)

      Q:

      Does this include the probe?
      Asked on 10/30/2010 by Anonymous

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        A:

        Yes, this does include the probe.

        Answered on 11/1/2010 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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