The Non-Discriminating Standalone Dispenser Pan Sensor is designed to detect liquid in a dispenser pan containment. When fluid is detected in the dispenser pan, this sensor shuts down (removes) AC power to the dispenser without the need for additional relays, circuitry, wiring, or an automatic tank gauge system. The separate sensor control interface ensures intrinsically-safe integrity in a Class 1 Div. 1 Group D; Class 1 Zone 0 IIA hazardous area.
The Non-Discriminating Standalone Dispenser Pan Sensors immediately shut down AC power to the dispenser when fluid is detected in the dispenser pan. Fail-safe design features eliminate the possibility of missing a leak condition. Easily installed in most dispenser pans and dispenser sumps, the Standalone Sensors function with most manufacturers’ dispensers.
Accurate and reliable, Standalone Dispenser Pan Sensors withstand the harshest environments.
Shuts down dispenser when it detects 1-1/2” of liquid at the base of the sensor
Latching alarm circuitry ensures dispenser can’t be restarted until hazardous condition has been corrected
Connects directly to dispenser wiring
Controls most manufacturer’s dispensers
Non-Discriminating Dispenser Pan Sensor with Dispenser Control Interface
Universal Sensor Mounting Kit (Sold separately)
Gas, Diesel, Kerosene, Jet Fuel, Aviation Gas, E15, Bio-Diesel 20, Green Diesel, Waste Oil, Motor Oil
Normal: Sensor in Normal State – No liquid detected
Liquid Detected: Remove power to the dispenser
Sensor Out: Remove power to the dispenser
11.6” (29.4cm) high, 2.2”(5.6cm) in diameter
Control Interface Dimensions
9.4” (23.9cm) high, 2.2” (5.6cm) in diameter
Reed Switch /Float
-32 to +140°F (0 to +60°C)
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