High Temperature Electric Switch Mechanisms

Installation and Operating Manual

Series F, R, 8 & 9 with aluminum, carbon steel, or cast iron housings

Magnetrol shall not be liable for misapplication. Quality assurance The quality assurance system in place at Magnetrol guarantees the highest level of quality throughout the company. Magnetrol reserves the right to make changes to the products described in this manual at any time without notice. Magnetrol’s quality assurance system is registered to ISO 9001 affirming its commitment to known international quality standards providing the strongest assurance of product/service quality available. Do not connect or disconnect equipment unless power has been switched off or the area is known to be non-hazardous. and warnings. upon factory inspection of the control. General technical material. then. labor claims. The following styles are used for notes. Pollution Degree 2. It is important that all instructions are read carefully and followed in sequence. NOTES Notice of Copyright and Limitations Magnetrol and Magnetrol logotype & are registered trademarks of Magnetrol International. a caution indicates a potentially hazardous situation which. In this manual. . Magnetrol is committed to providing full customer satisfaction both in quality products and quality service. Cautions are also used to alert the technician to unsafe practices or the need for special protective equipment or specific materials. support data. protection provided by equipment may be impaired. and. There are no other warranties expressed or implied. if not avoided. cautions. They follow the procedural steps to which they refer. If returned within the warranty period. damage equipment. Conventions Used in this Manual Certain conventions are used in this manual to convey specific types of information. Copyright © 2009 Magnetrol International. Warranty All Magnetrol mechanical level and flow controls are warranted free of defects in materials or workmanship for five full years from the date of original factory shipment. WARNING! Explosion hazard. Detailed instructions are included in the Installation section of this manual. In this manual. and safety information are presented in narrative form. If equipment is used in a manner not specified by manufacturer. direct or consequential damage or expense arising from the installation or use of equipment. or reduce a component’s mechanical integrity. if not avoided. WARNINGS Warnings identify potentially dangerous situations or serious hazards. All rights reserved. Notes contain information that augments or clarifies an operating step. Cautions Cautions alert the technician to special conditions that could injure personnel. could result in serious injury or death.Read this Manual Before Installing This manual provides information on Electric Switch Mechanisms. may result in minor or moderate injury. a warning indicates an imminently hazardous situation which. the cause of the claim is determined to be covered under the warranty. except special written warranties covering some Magnetrol products. Notes do not normally contain actions. Low Voltage Directive For use in Installation Category II. Performance specifications are effective with date of issue and are subject to change without notice. Magnetrol will repair or replace the control at no cost to the purchaser (or owner) other than transportation. Magnetrol makes no warranty with respect to the accuracy of the information in this manual.

................................................7 4......5 1.................. Gaskets and Hardware.................................1 Replacing Switch Mechanism...10 6......................................11 ........6 3....................................2...............5 2.......3..................1..2 DPDT Terminal Connections......9 5..7 3.............2 Single float with two switches ............................ 8 & 9 Electric Switch Mechanisms Table of Contents 1..........2 Single float with two switches ........................................7 3......2 Cast iron housings ...7 3..................................2 Replacing Dry Contact Switches ...................................8 5......0 Replacement Switch Housing Assemblies .....0 Installation...................4 1.....................7 3.4 1.4 Replacement Housing Kits...................2 Operating Cycle .....................4 1.........................5 2..4 1...........2 +1000° F (+538° C) Dry Contact Switches.7 3......................................................10 5.....1 +750° F (+399° C) Dry Contact Switches................3 Basic Switch Ratings..........4 1. R...................................1.....0 Switch and Housing Model Codes ..5 2..........9 5.10 5.....6 3.................................1 SPDT Terminal Connections ................................2................Series F..................0 Wiring .........3 Description ..............3..0 Reference Information ............1 Principle of Operation .1 Single float with one switch....3.....................1 Aluminum housings...............................................................0 Replacement Part Numbers .3 Carbon steel housings .....................1 Single float with one switch.......

Some models can be configured with multiple switch mechanisms for several actuation levels. reversing switch action. pressure retaining enclosing tube .2 Operating Cycle As level of a liquid in a vessel rises (Figure 1). the magnet is drawn in tightly to the enclosing tube causing the set screw on the swinging arm to move the actuating lever of a snap action switch. R. moves the actuating arm of the switch in the opposite direction. CSA and ATEX approval for hazardous and non-hazardous locations on approved models.3 Description The Series F. These switches are available with SPDT or DPDT contacts. These two basic component assemblies are separated by a non-magnetic. displacer or flow sensing element and a switching mechanism Ž. the float rides on the liquid surface moving the magnetic sleeve upward in the enclosing tube and into the field of the switch mechanism magnet. Designed to Magnetrol’s usual high standards. Switching action is obtained through the use of a magnetic sleeve Œ and a float . these high temperature switches will provide reliable. R. The switch Ž and magnet  are assembled to a mechanism with a swinging arm which operates on precision stainless steel pivots. making or breaking the electrical circuit. As a result. 8 & 9 dry contact switches are specifically designed for use in applications with extremely high process temperatures. in turn. 8 & 9’ Electric Switch Mechanisms . 1. As the liquid level recedes (Figure 2). These switches are available on most of Magnetrol’s buoyancy products and can also be retrofitted onto many existing controls. the float and magnetic sleeve move downward until the switch magnet releases and is drawn outward. away from the enclosing tube by a tension spring. 4 3 Pivot 1 2 5 Figure 1 Rising Level Figure 2 Falling Level 1. 1. FM. reliable operating principle of a float level switch. This.1 Reference Information Principle of Operation Figures 1 & 2 illustrate the simple. depending on operational requirements and switching action desired. 4 42-799 Series ‘F.0 1.1 +750° F (+399° C) Dry Contact Switches • Series 8 & F switches are designed for high temperature applications and are hermetically sealed.3.1. repeatable service in the toughest of applications. Switch mechanisms may include a single switch or multiple switches.

Note and record lead wire terminal locations.50 4. • Series 9 switches are hermetically sealed and designed for the highest temperature installations. If mechanism is to be reused.00 — — 2. 3.2 +1000° F (+538° C) Dry Contact Switches • Series R switches are designed for the highest temperature installations and have a 1. The baffle plate should be resting on the hub of the housing base.00 480 — — — — — — — — 24 3. 5. refer to Figure 3. refer to Figure 4.00 1.50 2. ensure that it is placed on a clean surface.00 1.00 1.00 0.40 240 — — — — — — — — 9 F R Œ Process temperature based on +100° F (+38° C) ambient temperature  28 VDC 2.1 Installation Replacing Switch Mechanism Caution: Before attempting to remove a switch mechanism.1.00 Volts AC 240 — — — — — — 1. Loosen mounting screw so that switch frame will fit over e-tube. Slide switch mechanism off of enclosing tube.00 1. 1.30 0. Slide mechanism down until the bottom of the frame and terminal block are resting on the baffle plate. Remove small round head screw securing lower switch mechanism to baffle plate.0 amp contact rating at 8 and 30 VDC. R. 4.00 1.50 0.0 amp contact rating at 120 and 240 VAC. Disconnect wiring from supply side of terminal block on switch mechanism.00  1. 2.3.3.50 1.40 0. 8 & 9’ Electric Switch Mechanisms . 1. 5 Figure 3 Mounting Screw 42-799 Series ‘F.3 Basic Switch Ratings Rating (amps) Switch Series Switch Type Process Temp Range F (C)Œ Load 120 8 Hermetically Sealed Snap Hermetically Sealed Snap Hermetically Sealed Snap Snap -50 to +750 (-46 to +398) -50 to +1000 (-46 to +538) -50 to +750 (-46 to +398) -40 to +1000 (-46 to +538) Non-Inductive Inductive Non-Inductive Inductive Non-Inductive Inductive Non-Inductive Inductive 1. Loosen mounting screw in split mounting clamp until mechanism slides freely on enclosing tube.00 Volts DC 48 — — — — — — — — 120 — — — — 0. Install switch mechanism by sliding it over the enclosing tube.00  2. and have a 1.0 2. be certain to pull disconnect switch or otherwise assure that electrical circuit through control is de-energized. free of metallic particles that may be attracted to the switch magnet.10 0.

Reattached supply-side wiring to the terminal block and check switch function by varying liquid level in the vessel. 8 & 9’ Electric Switch Mechanisms . Disconnect control from power supply. Tighten the mechanism mounting screw so that the mechanism is firmly clamped to the enclosing tube.2 Replacing Dry Contact Switches 1. 2. Reconnect power supply and test switch action by varying liquid level in the vessel. c. refer to Figure 5. 3. b. NOTE: For proper operation of the replacement switch.) 6. tightening mounting screws securely. 4. If switch actuation is not correct. Note and record terminal connections of switch to be replaced. Install and tighten baffle plate screw so that the switch mechanism may not be separated from the baffle plate. Disconnect switch leads from terminal block. Remove existing switch and install replacement switch in the same position. 8. Check to see if there is equal overtravel of magnet in its swing after the switch click in either direction. Check switch action and adjust as follows: a. which utilize a reversing float pivot.1 Replacing Switch Mechanism (cont. Remove two mounting screws holding existing switch. 6 42-799 Series ‘F. R. Baffle Plate Screw Figure 4 Baffle Plate Screw 2. change adjustment of actuating screw using a 1⁄16" hexagon key wrench. 6.2. Adjusting Screw Mounting Screws 5. listening closely for the actuating click of the switch in each direction.0 Wiring Circuits shown are for direct acting level switches and are reversed in side mounting float-in-tank models. 7. Slowly rotate the pivoted magnet by hand. checking carefully for any signs of binding. refer to Figure 5. back and forth through its angle of swing. Figure 5 Dry Contact Switch Mechanism 3. it must actuate in the middle portion of the pivoted magnet’s swing. Swing magnet assembly in and out by hand.

1. 3.Close on Low Level (NC) Close on High Level (NO) Line Common (C) Load 4 5 6 Internal Circuit 3. Falling level closes contacts 4 & 5 and 1 & 2. On units with tandem floats. Wiring diagram is reversed (high level actuation becomes low level actuation. T52. 4. Rising level closes contacts 5 & 6.) 5. (Models B40.) 3. 3. T62. Rising level closes contacts 5 & 6 and 2 & 3. etc. T63. A 1 2 3 3. 4. etc. see Figure 9 (following page). 3. 2.2 DPDT Terminal Connections 1. Falling level closes contacts 4 & 5 and 1 & 2. 3. Double pole action is obtained by simultaneous operation of the right and left side single pole switches.2.1. Wiring diagram is reversed (close on high becomes close on low. 2.) when this switch mechanism is used on side mounted float switches employing a reversing pivot. etc. 4. T52. Wiring diagram is reversed (close on high becomes close on low. R. T63.2 Single float with two switches Internal Circuit Load Lower stage operates lower switch mechanism Close on Low Level (NC) Close on High Level (NO) Common (C) Load Assem. 3. T63. 8 & 9’ Electric Switch Mechanisms 7 . etc. Rising level closes contacts 5 & 6 and 2 & 3. etc.2. see Figure 8 (following page). 2. T52.1 SPDT Terminal Connections 1.) when this switch mechanism is used on side mounted float switches employing a reversing pivot (Models B40. etc. etc. T62.1 Single float with one switch Load Figure 6 Single Float with One Switch Upper stage operates upper switch mechanism Close on Low Level (NC) Close on High Level (NO) Line Common (C) Load Assem. T62. the top float operates the bottom mechanism while the bottom float actuates the top mechanism. 42-799 Series ‘F. T62.).2 Single float with two switches or dual stage displacer Line Load 3. B 4 5 6 Internal Circuit 1. etc.1 Single float with one switch or single stage displacer Figure 7 Single Float with Two Switches 1. Double pole action is obtained by simultaneous operation of the right and left side single pole double throw switches. see Figure 6.).) when this switch mechanism is used on side mounted float switches employing a reversing pivot. 2. Falling level closes contacts 4 & 5 and 1 & 2. Rising level closes contacts 5 & 6 and 2 & 3. the top float operates the bottom mechanism while the bottom float actuates the top mechanism. Falling level closes contacts 4 & 5. see Figure 7. On units with tandem floats. T52. (Models B40. Wiring Diagram is reversed (high level actuation becomes low level actuation. 3. T63.) when this switch mechanism is used on side mounted float switches employing a reversing pivot (Models B40.

NA. Y7 HD. NV. L7. U7 BD. NJ.Upper stage operates upper switch mechanism Internal Circuit (Left Switch) 4 5 6 1 2 3 Internal Circuit (Right Switch) Close on high level (NO) Common (C) Load Load Close on high level (NO) Common (C) Close on low level (NC) Load Line Close on low level (NC) Internal Circuit (Left Switch) 4 5 6 1 2 3 Internal Circuit (Right Switch) Line Load Lower stage operates lower switch mechanism Load Close on high level (NO) Internal Circuit (Left Switch) Internal Circuit (Right Switch) Close on high level (NO) Common (C) Load 4 5 6 1 2 3 Common (C) Close on low level (NC) Load Line Close on low level (NC) Load Line Figure 8 Single Float with One Switch or Single Stage Displacer Close on high level (NO) Common (C) Load Load Close on high level (NO) Common (C) Close on low level (NC) Load Line Close on low level (NC) Load Line Figure 9 Single Float with Two Switches or Dual Stage Displacer 4. LV. KC. KA. FC. OA. KD. Y7 HD. TV. KD. OJ. LA. LD. W7 ED. LJ. O7. AR. DC. OA. KC. K7. KP . FC. NV. CC. D7. NT. O7. ND. AD. M7. V7 BC. KR. TA. NP . OJ. PC. L7. LC. NR. ND. AD. KA. V7 BC. NC. U7 BD. W7 ED. KR. P7. K7.0 Replacement Switch Part Numbers Top Mech n/a 89-7401-184 n/a 89-7401-191 n/a n/a n/a 89-7401-194 n/a 89-7401-195 n/a n/a n/a 89-7401-094 n/a 89-7401-097 Red Dot Magnets Switch Series 8th Digit Contacts SPDT DPDT 8 SPDT Group IV DPDT Group IV SPDT DPDT 9 SPDT Group IV DPDT Group IV SPDT F DPDT Quantity 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 9th & 10th Digits AC. NJ. ND. OV. LD. NR. NA. NJ. DR. Y7 Bottom Mech 89-7401-183 89-7401-191 89-7401-187 89-7401-189 89-7401-193 89-7401-195 89-7401-196 89-7401-197 89-7401-093 89-7401-097 8 42-799 Series ‘F. NR. KR. FC. MC. NT. CC. NC. AR. DC. L7. OA. OV. DD. Z7 AC. JC. OD. V7 BC. SC. OV. N7. SV. DD. LA. KT. GC. SJ. NT. R. 8 & 9’ Electric Switch Mechanisms . KC. O7. SD. YC JD. LV. HC. NP . OJ. SA. KP . LA. ZC. JC. LD. SJ. SV JD. KV. DD. KA. HC. AR. OD. LJ. TD. LJ. KJ. OD. PC. ZC. KD. CC. KV. KV. JC. DR. TA. TJ. NV. LC. GC. KT. U7 BD. W7 ED. AD. KJ. D7. LC. NC. KJ. HC. KP . M7. D7. LV. TD. Z7 AC. TJ. MC. NA. K7. SA. GC. DR. PC. SD. DC. KT. TV. NP .

3M B9. SK. R. NM. C9. TW. NS. Description and part number of replacement kit. KW. U5 BM. W5 EM.0 Switch Housing Replacement Assemblies Enclosing Tube Assembly Switch Assembly Housing Cover When ordering replacement parts for an existing Magnetrol instrument. Model and serial numbers of control. KY. M5. Patent Label Lockwasher Ground Screw Baffle Plate Gasket Pipe Plug Housing Base O-ring Breather Drain (optional) Set Screw Set Screw Enclosing Tube Assembly Figure 10 Aluminum Housing Assembly 42-799 Series ‘F. LW. KW. G5. C9. TM. Y5 HM. please specify: 1. SM.1 Aluminum Housings Die cast aluminum NEMA 4X housing replacements are available for general purpose or weather proof installations. JB. KB. L5. K9. W5 EM. J9. Y9 JM. RK. Y5. KK. NY. DM. KK. OB. LK. N5. TB. G9.0 Replacement Switch Part Numbers (cont. M5. NS. L5. AY. NW. TM. O5. LM. Z9 AM. J5 Bottom Mech 89-7401-185 89-7401-192 89-7401-188 89-7401-190 89-7401-198 89-7401-200 89-7401-201 89-7401-202 89-7401-095 89-7401-098 Top Mech n/a 89-7401-186 n/a 89-7401-192 n/a n/a n/a 89-7401-199 n/a 89-7401-200 n/a n/a n/a 89-7401-096 n/a 89-7401-098 n/a 89-7401-178 n/a 89-7401-181 89-7401-180 89-7401-182 n/a n/a Yellow Dot Magnets Switch Series 8th Digit SPDT DPDT R 89-7401-179 89-7401-181 5. Z5. OW. LM. KY. NW. J9. OW. NQ. A9. SB. LB. H9. P5. J9. D5. L9. KS. C9. Z9 AM. YB. NS. S9. Y5 HM. SW. J9. Die cast aluminum housings are finished with a baked-on polyester powder coat paint. SK. V5. OK. LW. W5. LM. H9. 2. K5. KK. M5. LB. G9. S9. O5. J9. NW. Use the chart on the following page to choose the correct replacement housing kit. SK. Y9. F9. OW. L9. OM. OM. DM. K5. 1M. TW. SM. V5 B9. N9. Z5. F9. V5 B9. D9. A9. KS. SM. OM. KY. L9. D5. TK. LW. TB. NQ. OB. M9. KB. NK. H9. Y5 A9. RM. OK. K5. OM. NQ. F5. OK. N9. SB. SW JM. NS. NOTE: Consult your local representative on applications to meet NEMA and other codes not covered in this bulletin. 8 & 9’ Electric Switch Mechanisms 9 . G9. OW. LW. DM. Group B housing replacements are available for hazardous atmosphere locations. AY. KW. NM. U5 BM. W5 EM. U5. NQ. M9. DM.4. KY. OK. M9. KM. KB. N5. N9. NB. LK. KM. L5. NK. NB. F9. P9. P9. A9. KS. KW. OB. OB. YK. NK. P9. 1Y D9. LB.) Contacts SPDT DPDT 8 SPDT Group IV DPDT Group IV SPDT DPDT 9 SPDT Group IV DPDT Group IV SPDT F DPDT Quantity 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 SPDT Group IV DPDT Group IV 1 1 9th & 10th Digits AM. NY. KK. F9. K9. W9. V5 B9. H9. NM. N9 EM. RW. DY. S5. DY. KQ. Explosion proof NEMA 4X/7/9 and Class I. K9. L9. KM. NK. D9. O5. NM. L5. NB. DY. K5. D9. D5. KM. Div 1. LK. KB. KQ. DY. KS. NW. U5 BM. KQ. 5. LB. K9. SW. TK. G9. NB. AY. WW. O5 WM. C9. SB. KQ. NY. NY. LM. 5M JM. LK.

The grey iron cover and base are finished with a baked-on polyester powder coat paint. NOTE: Consult your local representative on applications to meet NEMA and other codes not covered in this bulletin. Figure 11 Cast Iron Housing Assembly 5. R. The housings are finished with a baked-on polyester powder coat paint.2 Cast Iron Housings Cast Iron NEMA 7/9 housing replacements are available for hazardous atmosphere locations.4 Replacement Housing Kits. 8 & 9’ Electric Switch Mechanisms . Both Class I. Gaskets and Hardware Cover Height Short (4") CS/Alum TYPE 4X Old Style n/a n/a 89-6528-003 89-6509-003 89-6510-003 89-6505-003 36-5303-001 89-6508-001 12-1318-001 12-2201-116 n/a Cast Alum TYPE 4X/7/9 89-6582-023 89-6582-024 89-6582-025 n/a 89-6582-031 89-6582-030 05-6657-001 n/a 12-2201-253 12-2201-116 n/a Cast Iron TYPE 7/9 89-6582-002 89-6582-005 89-6582-001 n/a 89-6582-014 89-6582-013 36-5303-001 n/a 12-2201-249 12-2201-116 n/a Cast Alum Group B 89-6582-032 89-6582-033 89-6582-025 n/a 89-6582-031 89-6582-030 05-6657-001 n/a 12-2201-253 12-2201-116 n/a Cast Iron Group B n/a 89-6582-008 n/a n/a 89-6582-014 89-6582-015 89-6582-008 n/a 12-2201-249 12-2201-116 12-2201-222 Housing Kit Tall (6") X-tall (12") Short (4") Tall (6") Cover Kit Base Kit Baffle Plate Cover Hardware Cover Gasket Base O-Ring Gland Nut O-Ring 10 42-799 Series ‘F. Div. The housing base is cast from aluminum while the cover is made from cold rolled steel.3 Carbon Steel Housings Carbon steel NEMA 4X switch housings are available for general purpose and weather proof installations. NOTE: Consult your local representative on applications to meet NEMA and other codes not covered in this bulletin. Groups C & D and Group B versions are available. Figure 12 Carbon Steel Housing Assembly 5.5. 1.

size and options. Not valid for sale. R K B Cast Aluminum CS/Alum ATEX XP TYPE 4X 3 Cast Iron TYPE 4X/7/9 Cl I Div 1 Grp B ATEX XP 3 Switch Description Contacts Housing Height Short Number of Switches Magnet Dot Color Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Red Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow TYPE 4X* TYPE Cl I Div 1 4X/7/9 Grp B 1 SPDT 2 Tall Series '8' High Temperature Hermetically Grp IV SPDT Sealed Snap Switch DPDT Tall Grp IV DPDT Short 1 SPDT 2 Tall Series '9' High Temperature Hermetically Grp IV SPDT Sealed Snap Switch DPDT Tall Grp IV DPDT Short 1 SPDT Series 'F' High Temperature Hermetically Sealed Snap Switch DPDT Tall 2 Short 3 1 Short 1 2 1 3 1 Short 1 2 1 Tall 2 Short 1 SPDT Series 'R' High Temperature Snap Switch Tall Grp IV SPDT Short 1 2 1 1 2 1 DPDT Tall Grp IV DPDT 1" NPT 8AP 8AQ 8AA 8AB 8BA 8BB 8CA 8CB n/a n/a 8DP 8DQ 8DA 8DB 8EA 8EB n/a n/a 9AP 9AQ 9AA 9AB 9BA 9BB 9CA 9CB 9FA 9FB 9DP 9DQ 9DA 9DB 9EA 9EB 9GA 9GB FAP FAQ FAA FAB FBA FBB FDP FDQ FDA FDB FEA FEB R1Q R1B R3B R5B RDQ RDB REB RFB M20 82P 82Q 82A 82B 84A 84B 86A 86B n/a n/a 88P 88Q 88A 88B 81A 81B n/a n/a 92P 92Q 92A 92B 94A 94B 96A 96B 93A 93B 98P 98Q 98A 98B 91A 91B 97A 97B F2P F2Q FCA FCB FFA FFB F8P F8Q FGA FGB FHA FHB R2Q R2B R4B R6B R8Q RGB RHB RJB 1" NPT 8KP 8KQ 8KA 8KB 8LA 8LB 8MA 8MB 8SA 8SB 8NP 8NQ 8NA 8NB 8OA 8OB 8TA 8TB 9KP 9KQ 9KA 9KB 9LA 9LB 9MA 9MB 9SA 9SB 9NP 9NQ 9NA 9NB 9OA 9OB 9TA 9TB FKP FKQ FKA FKB FLA FLB FNP FNQ FNA FNB FOA FOB RKQ RKB RLB RYB RNQ RNB ROB RSB 1" NPT 8KT 8KS 8KJ 8KK 8LJ 8LK 8MJ 8MK 8SJ 8SK 8NT 8NS 8NJ 8NK 8OJ 8OK 8TJ 8TK 9KT 9KS 9KJ 9KK 9LJ 9LK 9MJ 9MK 9SJ 9SK 9NT 9NS 9NJ 9NK 9OJ 9OK 9TJ 9TK FKT FKS FKJ FKK FLJ FLK FNT FNS FNJ FNK FOJ FOK RKS RKK RLK RYK RNS RNK ROK RSK 1"NPT 8AC 8A9 8CC 8C9 8DC 8D9 8EC 8E9 8MC 8M9 8BC 8B9 8FC 8F9 8GC 8G9 8ZC 8Z9 9AC 9A9 9CC 9C9 9DC 9D9 9EC 9E9 9MC 9M9 9BC 9B9 9FC 9F9 9GC 9G9 9ZC 9Z9 FAC FA9 FCC FC9 FDC FD9 FBC FB9 FFC FF9 FGC FG9 RA9 RC9 RD9 RW9 RB9 RF9 RG9 RM9 M20 8HC 8H9 8KC 8K9 8LC 8L9 88C 889 n/a n/a 8JC 8J9 8NC 8N9 8PC 8P9 n/a n/a 9HC 9H9 9KC 9K9 9LC 9L9 98C 989 9YC 9Y9 9JC 9J9 9NC 9N9 9PC 9P9 9SC 9S9 FHC FH9 FKC FK9 FLC FL9 FJC FJ9 FNC FN9 FPC FP9 RH9 RK9 RL9 RY9 RJ9 RN9 RP9 RS9 ⁄4" NPT 8AR 8AY 8AD 8AM 8BD 8BM 8CD 8CM 8HD 8HM 8DR 8DY 8DD 8DM 8ED 8EM 8JD 8JM 9AR 9AY 9AD 9AM 9BD 9BM 9CD 9CM 9HD 9HM 9DR 9DY 9DD 9DM 9ED 9EM 9JD 9JM FAR FAY FAD FAM FBD FBM FDR FDY FDD FDM FED FEM R1Y R1M R3M R5M RDY RDM REM RJM 1" NPT 8KR 8KY 8KD 8KM 8LD 8LM 8MD 8MM 8SD 8SM 8NR 8NY 8ND 8NM 8OD 8OM 8TD 8TM 9KR 9KY 9KD 9KM 9LD 9LM 9MD 9MM 9SD 9SM 9NR 9NY 9ND 9NM 9OD 9OM 9TD 9TM FKR FKY FKD FKM FLD FLM FNR FNY FND FNM FOD FOM RKY RKM RLM RWM RNY RNM ROM RSM 1" NPT n/a n/a 8KV 8KW 8LV 8LW 8MV 8MW 8SV 8SW n/a n/a 8NV 8NW 8OV 8OW 8TV 8TW n/a n/a 9KV 9KW 9LV 9LW 9MV 9MW 9SV 9SW n/a n/a 9NV 9NW 9OV 9OW 9TV 9TW n/a n/a FKV FKW FLV FLW n/a n/a FNV FNW FOV FOW n/a RKW RLW RWW n/a RNW ROW RSW ⁄4" NPT n/a n/a 8U7 8U5 8V7 8V5 877 875 8M7 8M5 n/a n/a 8W7 8W5 8Y7 8Y5 8Z7 8Z5 n/a n/a 9U7 9U5 9V7 9V5 977 975 9M7 9M5 n/a n/a 9W7 9W5 9Y7 9Y5 9Z7 9Z5 n/a n/a FU7 FU5 FV7 FV5 n/a n/a FW7 FW5 FY7 FY5 n/a RU5 RV5 RW5 n/a RF5 RG5 RM5 M20 n/a n/a 8K7 8K5 8L7 8L5 867 865 n/a n/a n/a n/a 8D7 8D5 8O7 8O5 n/a n/a n/a n/a 9K7 9K5 9L7 9L5 967 965 9N7 9N5 n/a n/a 9D7 9D5 9O7 9O5 9P7 9P5 n/a n/a FK7 FK5 FL7 FL5 n/a n/a FD7 FD5 FO7 FO5 n/a RK5 RL5 RY5 n/a RN5 RO5 RS5 * Shaded codes for reference only. switch magnet strength as well as housing type. number of contacts. R. The eighth.6. The switch and housing codes for the EXAMPLE MODEL NUMBER: high temperature switches are below. 42-799 Series ‘F.0 Switch and Housing Model Codes The mechanical level switches are identified by a ten digit alphanumeric model numbering system. ninth and tenth digit combinations (called switch and housing codes) are used to identify the type and number of switches. 8 & 9’ Electric Switch Mechanisms 11 .

In such cases. Return Material Procedure So that we may efficiently process any materials that are returned.93 Regent Business Ctr. credit for the materials returned will be determined on the basis of the applicability of our warranty. or. Printed in the USA.com 145 Jardin Drive. in extreme cases a complete new control. Belgium • 052 45. • Burgess Hill. prior to the material's return. If this is desired.. All shipments returned to the factory must be by prepaid transportation. or. Ontario Canada L4K 1X7 • 905-738-9600 • Fax 905-738-1306 Heikensstraat 6 • B 9240 Zele. Sussex RH15 9TL U. Company Name Description of Material Serial Number Reason for Return Application Any unit that was used in a process must be properly cleaned in accordance with OSHA standards. A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) must accompany material that was used in any media. is NOT covered by the warranty. Please supply the following information: 1.K. This is available through Magnetrol’s local representative or by contacting the factory.11 • Fax 052 45.B. BULLETIN: 42-799. before it is returned to the factory. direct or consequential damage will be allowed. All replacements will be shipped F. labor.magnetrol.11. Jubilee Rd. They will be rebuilt or replaced promptly. Returned within the warranty period. All rights reserved. No claims for misapplication.2 EFFECTIVE: May 2008 SUPERSEDES: September 2007 . and 2. • 01444-871313 • Fax 01444-871317 Copyright © 2009 Magnetrol International. Illinois 60515-4499 • 630-969-4000 • Fax 630-969-9489 • www. 5. Magnetrol will repair or replace the control at no cost to the purchaser (or owner) other than transportation if: 1. 2.ASSURED QUALITY & SERVICE COST LESS Service Policy Owners of Magnetrol may request the return of a control or any part of a control for complete rebuilding or replacement. Incorporated. it is essential that a “Return Material Authorization” (RMA) number be obtained from the factory. The factory inspection finds the cause of the claim to be covered under the warranty.O. 3. 5300 Belmont Road • Downers Grove. Units 1 & 2 • Concord.09. 4. If the trouble is the result of conditions beyond our control. to replace the original equipment before it is returned. factory. Controls returned under our service policy must be returned by Prepaid transportation. notify the factory of both the model and serial numbers of the control to be replaced. there will be charges for labor and the parts required to rebuild or replace the equipment. In some cases it may be expedient to ship replacement parts.

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