Signal wire aluminum case fluid leak controller A-LC1
Appearance is a metal aluminum shell, good sealing.
Waterproof and dustproof, resistant to pile foundation and corrosion.
Simple installation, wall-mounted installation.
1. Product Introduction
(1) Aluminum casing
Shell for the domestic company's unique patent, good sealing, waterproof and dustproof impact, simple installation, only two screws can be fixed
(2) RS485 signal output
Anti-interference, remote alarm, remote control equipment, can be integrated with a variety of monitoring systems, remote alarm and remote equipment control
(3) Compatible with a variety of induction cables
A-LC1 is a high performance liquid leakage detect device, can connect a variety of sensing cable, such as water leak sensing wires, fuel diesel leak sensing wire and acid-base leak sensing rope.
2. Product Parameter
Power DC12V, 3W
Accessories Leader wire & Connector & 2pins sensor cable & Clips
Output Relay [email protected]; [email protected] DC24V NO-COM/NC-COM
Inputs Water sensor cable Compatible with A-LC1B or other 2pins sensor cable
Maximum length 1200m (3937 ft)
Minimum length 1m(3 ft)
Detection accuracy 100%
Protocals Modbus RTU RS-485 Communication, Optional baud rates, factory default 9600, Optional address is 0~255, factory default 0
Alarm Notification Visible Alarm Red LED for leak alarm
Aduible Alarm Sound off by pushing button "CLR"
Operating Environment Temperature -20℃~50 ℃
Storage Environment 40 ℃~60 ℃
Mounting DIN Rail or panel mountable
3. Product details and application
(1) The power supply is direct plug - in power supply, which is easier to use.
(2) The alarm output of the module is set as the mode of automatic reset after leakage elimination. The module has the function of detection sensitivity adjustment and the button of buzzer mute.
water leakage detection alarm is generally used in the data service center, computer room, intelligent building management, library, archives, financial center and other important places.
(4) Company profile
Shenzhen Anying Technology Company, established in 2009 in Shenzhen with more than 10 year experience of factory. We’re engaged in the research, development, production, sale and service of environment monitoring for smart buildings and offer solution for smart agriculture.
4. Shipping Package and Service
We choose well-known international express, DHL,UPS,FedEx, etc., and also support customers to customize logistics.
Standard export carton packing, separate carton packing for internal equipment.
Fast respond, professional products best customer protection and good after-service.
(1) What about the lead time?
The sample needs 2 working days, the delivery time for bulk order needs 7-10 working days .
(2) Do you have any MOQ for order?
If no any customized requirement, 1 piece can be sent; require for customized check with sales.
(3) Do you offer guarantee for products?
Yes, we offer 12 months warranty to our products.
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