SDX Optical Level Switches

The SDX optical level switches uses the principle of light reflection in a prism to sense the absence or presence of a liquid at the point where the sensor is installed in a tank, pipeline or other type of container.

The SDX optical level switches emit a beam of infrared light into the tip (prism) of the sensor. In the absence of the liquid at the sensor tip the light is reflected back to the sensor’s receiver. When the target liquid is present surrounding the sensor tip, the light is refracted into the liquid and away from the SD series level switch receiving component thus how liquid presence and absence is determined. The SD series output will be activated accordingly. These optical level switch devices are compact, cost-effective and ideal for a wide variety of fluids.

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Air conditioning systems
Food and beverage systems
Industrial compressors
Hydraulic reservoirs
Machine tools
Liquid holding tanks
Processing and packaging equipment
Heavy duty automotive
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  • Simple and compact with no moving parts
  • LED indication
  • 10-28VDC, 115VAC or 230VAC powered versions
  • Solidstate NPN/PNP or relay output
  • Operating temperatures up to 257⁰F (125⁰C)
  • Wide range of use in machine systems for a variety of liquid level detection
  • Unique SD22 design, switch body and tip disconnects

Supply Voltage: 10~28VDC

Output: NPN/PNP

Process Pressure: 10 kg/cm2

Operating Temperature: -10~125 C

IP Rating: IP67

Housing Material: Varies by Model