ATC Diversified Electronics, a member of the Marcs Bellofram Group of Companies, has introduced its new LPC series liquid level pump controller to better assist municipal water, wastewater and sewage treatment plants meet their flow control needs.
This eight-pin plug-in conductive unit uses two probes to sense tank level and lets users select the mode of operation – drain or fill.
In drain mode (pump down), the output relay picks up and the LED turns on when liquid reaches the high-level probe. The relay drops out and the LED turns off when liquid falls below the low-level probe. In fill mode (pump up), the output relay picks up and the LED turns on when liquid falls below the low-level probe. The relay drops out and the LED turns off when liquid reaches the high-level probe.
For more than 50 years, ATC Diversified Electronics, a division of The Marsh Bellofram Group of Companies, has offered some of the industry’s highest-reliability pump-protection products.
Continued investment in new product R&D and continuous quality improvements allow the ATC Diversified team to offer market-leading technologies, keeping pace with the needs of an evolving industrial marketplace. Products are available with some of the industry’s shortest lead times.
About the Marsh Bellofram Group of Companies
Headquartered in Newell, West Virginia, The Marsh Bellofram Group of Companies is an AS9100D and ISO9001:2015 certified global manufacturing collective. Its portfolio comprises high-performance OEM, industrial, and process control instrumentation, including timers and counters, digital controllers, RTDs and thermocouples, pressure instruments and gauges, FRLs, cylinders, natural gas and propane pressure regulators, valves, air pressure regulators and transducers, tank and liquid level measurement systems, pump and motor protection switches and alternating relays, as well as sensors, DC tachometers, encoders, industrial diaphragms, and specialty silicones.