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Switching Amplifiers

WIKA are leading manufacturers of high quality Switching Amplifiers. Designed with a number of useful features, WIKA Switching Amplifiers are perfect for self-testing with separate relays and displays for dry/wet.

Model LSO.25 Switching Amplifier

The switching amplifier is mounted in safe areas and operated together with a transducer model LSO.06. The signal circuit is intrinsically safe. The switching amplifier model LSO.25 may be used together with the instrument transformer model LSO.06 as overflow control. For the 19″ plug-in card version, all operating elements, except for the switch for changing the alarm direction and the potentiometers for the time delay, can be accessed from the front.

Model 905 Control Relay

The successful design and excellent functionality of the WIKA switch family were already confirmed by winning the “iF product design award 2009” for their Model LSD-30 Level Switch. Fluid Controls can supply a complete range of level switches from WIKA and Norgren. Our range of level switches include reliable switches with standard and high-pressure versions, maximum resistance to water and more.

Call us on +44(0)118 970 2060 or email fluid@fluidcontrols.co.uk for more information.

Model 905 Control relay

Model 905 Control Relay

Contact protection relays are used in type 821 contact devices. They increase the switching reliability and switching capacity of electromechanical contact devices and lower their contact voltage. Undesired switching operations of contact devices caused by vibrations are significantly reduced by a drop-out delay of 0.5 sec. On the side of the contact they operate with a lower control voltage, however, on the output side they can be highly loaded. Special...
Wika Switching Amplifiers

Model LSO.25 Switching Amplifier

The switching amplifier is mounted in safe areas and operated together with a transducer model LSO.06. The signal circuit is intrinsically safe. The switching amplifier model LSO.25 may be used together with the instrument transformer model LSO.06 as overflow control. For the 19" plug-in card version, all operating elements, except for the switch for changing the alarm direction and the potentiometers for the time delay, can be accessed from the...

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