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Modèle # HDCVFPG Internet # 1001053139

L'interrupteur à flotteur vertical est un interrupteur de remplacement pour les pompes d'égout et de puisard. Les arrêts de flotteur mobiles permettent un ajustement approprié dans une variété de bassins de puisard. Il active ou désactive la pompe en fonction du niveau d'eau dans le bassin. La conception universelle s'adapte à toutes les principales marques de pompes d'égout et de puisard.

  1. Remplace les interrupteurs cassés ou usés dans les pompes d'égout ou de puisard
  1. Boîtier thermoplastique résistant à la corrosion
  1. Cordon de 10 pieds pour une installation facile
  1. Conception de fiche à 3 broches Piggyback

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
2.88
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
2.88
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
4.63
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
4.62
Poids assemblé (en livres)
1
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
1
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
10.63
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
10.62

Détails

Entretien des installations
Non
Famille de couleurs
Noir
Matériau
Mélange de matériaux
Pays d'origine
CN-China
Technologie Intelligente
Non

Garanties et certifications

1 an de garantie
Interrupteur à flotteur verticalEverbilt Interrupteur à flotteur verticalL'interrupteur à flotteur vertical est un interrupteur de remplacement pour les pompes d'égout et de puisard. Les arrêts de flotteur mobiles permettent un ajustement approprié dans une variété de bassins de puisard. Il active ou désactive la pompe en fonction du niveau d'eau dans le bassin. La conception universelle s'adapte à toutes les principales marques de pompes d'égout et de puisard.
Everbilt
1001053139
CAD71.762024-04-17
Home Depot Canada
Interrupteur à flotteur vertical est évalué 4.2 de 5 de 274.
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Rated 4 de 5 de par Vertical float switch replacement for obsolete flat panel senor with no moving parts This was a replacement for the original flat plate sensor module with non-moving parts that always ran too long after emptying the sump due to mineral deposit build up from the water. (Keeping it clean was always a pain due to location in the sump well.) This was easy to install and works very well. I would have given it 5 stars overall but the plastic rod the float rides on is a bit "flimsy" and warped. This does NOT interfere with any of the function at all and other than that, I am very pleased with it ...and finally having a quiet sump pump again that does not continue to run when the well is dry.
Date de publication: 2016-01-19
Rated 2 de 5 de par Did the job, but looks and feels of poor quality... Did the job, but looks and feels of poor quality (cheap plastic and construction). Unfortunately, this was the only one available in store and I needed one as soon as possible. In fact, it's poor quality concerned me so much that after installing, I ended up purchasing a higher quality vertical float switch elsewhere online and replaced this Everbilt one. I will keep the Everbilt for emergency replacement, but I am not comfortable using it for long term. Also, the float on/off range is very small even when adjusted for full range. Overall, I would not recommend this item due to it's cheap construction. I would consider other vertical float options.
Date de publication: 2021-01-10
Rated 4 de 5 de par I agree with other reviewers a longer float rod option would be nice. I have two warnings 1) mak... I agree with other reviewers a longer float rod option would be nice. I have two warnings 1) make sure you install the float rod the correct direction. It well go in facing ether direction but only works facing one way. Listen for the click when moving the rod in and out. 2) The other problem is the pin that holds the float rod in the switch body did not lock in on my unit. It fell out in the first day and let the rod fall out so the switch did not work. I caught it before it flooded my basement carpet. I had to pull the pump back out to repair. I replaced the missing pin with a zip tie.
Date de publication: 2017-12-08
Rated 5 de 5 de par Great for a tight spot! Don't worry about other people's reviews about the float switch not worki... Great for a tight spot! Don't worry about other people's reviews about the float switch not working. It's tricky. The float stem goes in two ways, but only one way is correct. One way makes a loud click when it goes up and that is the correct way. Flip it around 180 degrees and it may make a slight click and that is the wrong way. Directions aren't great on that. It could have (and should have) been manufactured for the stem to only fit in one way - not sure why it wasn't. I tested it before installing using a lamp.
Date de publication: 2016-12-22
Rated 3 de 5 de par Purchased this to replace a failed float in another unit.... Purchased this to replace a failed float in another unit. Worked but the pin used to secure the float arm is an absolute piece of junk... One time placement. Once inserted to secure the arm it cannot be removed without damaging the pin (instructions warn of this). Absolutely no reason to manufacture the pin in this manner. I had to remove mine to substitute a longer arm resulting in the need to super glue the pin back in place when replacing the arm. Absolutely no logic to designing the cheap plastic pin in this manner. A clevis pin would be an enormously better choice and would ccost a whopping 75 cents to substitute for a piece of junk plastic pin... seriously..
Date de publication: 2020-05-30
Rated 4 de 5 de par Vertical Float Switch for Sump Pumps This is an item that usually is out of sight but critically needed when the original switch fails. That said, I purchased this switch rather than the whole pump assembly and was pleasantly surprised how easy it was to change. Swapping out the old switch with this new one took no more than 5-7 minutes. I am not a plumber or electrician; but, everything was obvious and simple. Almost anyone can do this. Removing the cover, pulling the pump out of the sump, making the switch change, cleaning out the sump, putting the pump with new switch back in the sump, and reinstallling the screws for the sump cover was completed in 20 minutes. It should be years before I need to do this again; I will increase the overall rating to excellent if this estimate is correct.
Date de publication: 2015-06-23
Rated 5 de 5 de par Just what I needed We have a pump we place outside our basement door when water comes in over the door threshhold. This only happens in the winter when snow is covering the ground and we get heavy rain. This float is perfect as i was able to strap the bracket around the top of my pump( I had to buy a strap big enough for 5 inch circ). I then cut off about 3 inches of the plastic rod leaving it about 1/16 of an inch above base of my pump. Thenni placed the rubber grommet right at the base of the rod. This allows the pump to turn on at about a little under 2 inches of water. It comes over the base of my door at a little over 3 inches. The pump then shuts off when it get back down to about 1/16 of an inch.
Date de publication: 2019-01-29
Rated 5 de 5 de par Simple, works well. We've had an excessive amount of rain recently which always leads to some flo... Simple, works well. We've had an excessive amount of rain recently which always leads to some flooding in the lowest corner of my crawlspace. I already had a manual pump but wanted something automatic in case I'm away. Mounting it required a simple modification to my existing pump -- I just tie-wrapped some pipe insulation around the discharge to make it large enough for the float to clear the pump body. Also added a tie-wrap to the float shaft so that it turns on at a lower water level. So far so good!
Date de publication: 2019-03-12
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Will this vertical float switch work on a everlast 3/4 hp suberisable sump pump?

Posée par: Randy
It's a generic switch. NOT specific to Everbuilt pumps. It probably ISN'T the switch your looking for if you are looking for a direct replacement for the switch on an Everbuilt sump pump. Check other options for that specific switch. There are 2 available through the Home Depot that I'm aware of. Part Numbers are: SVFS10D1810P1 - It's an AquaPro switch WITH a " Shunt plug " it converts the Everbuilt sump pumps over to a a standard generic float switch. The other is a direct replacement switch # EVS10D1801BC it plugs in to the top of most of the Everbuilt sump pumps. It's hard to find. Usually NOT available in stores. Usually NOT available on line. Request on line availability when when it comes back in stock & order on line with in-store pick-up ( Current price is around $22 ).
Répondue par: BenThere
Date de publication: 2023-12-01

Could this be modified to increase the on/off range?

I need a vertical float, but the 4-inch range is not enough. Ideally I would like 8-12 inches. Could this be modified to do that? (Yes, I realize such a modification would void any warranty.)
Posée par: AT
Yes, see anonymous answer, just need to make the rod longer
Répondue par: jw
Date de publication: 2023-05-04

Can I use a vertical or tethered float switch to control the overflow in my kitchen sink when the...

Can I use a vertical or tethered float switch to control the overflow in my kitchen sink when the screened drain is plugged with lint from my washing machine discharge? My washing machine is rigged to discharge water into my kitchen sink. It occasionally drains water into the sink and floods my floor when I am not being careful about cleaning the screened drain. Also, if the answer is yes: Could I reverse the switch to turn off the washing machine instead of keeping the switch's normal function of turning the pump on? And how could the float switch actually turn power off to the washing machine? Thank you
Posée par: Dolfin
Once the sink gets filled to a specified level it is designed to give power to turn on a pump. It is not designed to turn off appliances.
Répondue par: JW
Date de publication: 2023-05-05

What am I doing wrong? Unlike some of the reviews, the switch shuts off the pump perfectly. Howev...

What am I doing wrong? Unlike some of the reviews, the switch shuts off the pump perfectly. However, it doesn't turn it on. I was very careful about putting the rod in right, got the loud "click", so that's not it. I have to wade into the water to manually pull up on the rod to get it to recover from the off position. Once the float pulls the rod down, I can't understand what would make the rod go UP, since the float can ride up smoothly on the rod. Something has to bring the rod up to put the switch in the ON position.
Posée par: Bobby
Hi Bobby, thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. We are sorry to hear about the trouble you have experienced with the float switch. Please be sure to disconnect all power before servicing the float switch or pump. The float ball will travel smoothly up the float rod and will then push the rod into the the switch and activate the pump. As the water level drops, the float ball will also drop, once it hits the float stop it will then signal the float to turn the pump off. Please give our customer support team a call at 844-251-7446
Répondue par: Everbilt Team
Date de publication: 2023-05-04

will this work ?

WILL THIS WORK with an everbuil 1/2 HP Pedestal Sump Pump?
Posée par: caleb
No Caleb. I do not think it will work. You might need a switch made specifically for pedistal pumps. Home Depot does carry switches for pedistal sump pumps that start around $10. Good luck saving lots by doing the work yourself.
Répondue par: 1Sensei
Date de publication: 2023-05-03

I have a sump pump that continuously runs once the water has left in the basin, I have this same Sump Pump float I'm pos

Posée par: Mookie
It's all a matter of trial and error on how high or low you position the float switch in the basin. In your case, though, it sounds like you may have a defective switch.
Répondue par: DrivesLikeJehu
Date de publication: 2023-05-06

Anybody know if this will work on an Everbilt model SP05002VD ? The float switch that it calls for seems to be no longer available and I'm wondering if I can use this float switch instead. Thanks for any help.

Posée par: WetWilly
I'm assuming the Everbilt model SP05002VD is your actual sump pump and you want to turn it On and Off with this float. This float will work with any sump pump that doesn't have it's own float. Attach this float to the discharge pipe coming out of the sump pump, plug it into an outlet, then take the sump pump plug and plug it into the back of the plug for the float. In other words, the sump pump plug piggy backs onto the back of the float plug. That way, the pump itself does not get power until the float gets high enough inside the pit. I apologize if you already knew how a standalone float works with a sump pump motor. I used this as a temporary work around while I ordered a float that was a bit more substantial. It worked fine. The only issue is the length of the rod that the float slides up and down on is pretty short. Depending on how high you install the float, it will either come on when the pit is only half full if you install it low, or it will only half empty if you install it high. And it will make the pump run more often since it never keeps the pump running for very long. I think there are better floats out there, but it did the job for me for the 10 days that I used it.
Répondue par: C Port Wildlife
Date de publication: 2024-01-12

It is working backwards?

When I'm full and float pushes up it turns on and when I'm empty it turns off?
Posée par: Paul
That is the proper function of a float switch for a pump. When the level of the water rises, you want the pump to come on and pump the water down.
Répondue par: MacGyver
Date de publication: 2023-05-06
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