For Industrial Electronic Automation, we design, develop and implement state-of-the-art electronic systems, microcontrollable, programmable and adapted to the different purposes for which they are intended. Our products are built to the highest standards of safety, hygiene and respect for the environment.
We are microcontrole, we have been in the market of electronic automation for more than 30 years, developing and producing electronic industrial equipment. Our products are rigorously tested and continuously optimized, taking into account the latest technological innovations.
The reliability and efficiency are predicated that we do not give up, we have become accustomed to our own requirement that is revealed in the full satisfaction of our customers and also extends to the careful presentation and design the precept that we put in the presentation of our equipment, the supports digital and communication.
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Wide range of products for industrial automation in water and sewage;
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With sensitivity adjustment, as a function of the conductivity of the immersion liquid, the RFA 101 SIM is a relay produced by micro controle, which allows to control the emptying of a hole or well, to control the level in conductive liquids and to ensure the protection of the submersible electric pumps against the lack of water.
The base is an 11-pin socket, wiring diagram on the side of the relay.
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RNC 1002, is a Certified Level Regulator, designed to operate in level control in sewage, drainage and pumping stations in general.
Its installation is very easy and is prepared to solve, in a safe and economic, all the situations of control of waste water.
- Simple Installation & Reliability in Operation
- High Pressure Resistance: 4 bar
- Ecological Product
- Certified Product • EN60730-2-15: 2010
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