751P-MT-U-120, Electronic Manual Reset Low Water Cutoff w/ Probe(Water)

751P-MT-U-120, Electronic Manual Reset Low Water Cutoff w/ Probe(Water)

SKU:176214

Brand: Mcdonnell & Miller

Mcdonnell & Miller
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$162.95
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$470.85 / box (3 units x $156.95)
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Application: Steam Boilers
Water
Type: Electronic
Reset Type: Manual
Features: w/ PA-800 probe
Max Ambient Temp (°F): 120°F
Sensitivity: 20000 ohms
Voltage:
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120v

Description for Mcdonnell & Miller 176214

  • Low Water Cut-Offs with Remote Sensor
  • For commercial or industrial applications
  • Primary or secondary control on hot water boilers
  • Secondary control (manual reset models only) on steam boilers
  • Manual reset models meet the requirements of ASME Standard CSD-1. If the control is in a low water condition when there is an interruption of power, the control will remain in a low water condition when power is restored. The reset button will need to be pressed when the water level is restored to a level above the probe to allow the burner to fire.
  • Green LED power indicating light
  • Red LED low water indicating light
  • Test switch
  • 20,000 ohms sensitivity
  • Includes PA-800 probe"

751P-MT-U-120, Electronic Manual Reset Low Water Cutoff w/ Probe(Water)

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        Comments about 751P-MT-U-120, Electronic Manual Reset Low Water Cutoff w/ Probe(Water):

        Manual is easy to follow. Good quality control build in USA

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