Dry running protection for submersible motor-driven pumps
- Submersible Motor-Driven Pumps
- Water & Waste
- Level monitoring
- Monitoring of household wells so that they are not pumped dry, and to ensure that the pump does not run dry.
- Minimum fill level monitoring with suspended probes (SK1). This ensures that the pump is not run dry. A switch-on and return delay also prevent loads from brief operation.
- - Prevention of possible pump damage
- Motor protection
- Operating safety
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