JB Alarm II / JB15H II Outdoor High Water / Low Water Alarm
The JB Alarm II will sound an 95db (85 db @ 10′) alarm buzzer and illuminate a 360° red beacon light whenever high water is detected. The outdoor high water alarm provides an automatic reset. The JB15HII outdoor high water alarm also includes a handy silence and test switch. Includes a standard 15’ mechanical alarm float switch and zip tie.
- Outdoor High Water Alarm Rated NEMA Type 4X for outdoor use
- NEMA 4x Thermoplastic Enclosure – Long life polycarbonate
- 8 3/4″ Tall x 6 1/4″ Wide x 4 5/8″ Deep
- 95 db alarm buzzer (85 db @ 10′)
- 6’ 120 VAC power cord (North American Style)
- Silence Button
- Resets Automatically when level returns to normal
- Two Year Manufacturer Limited Warranty
- MADE IN THE USA!
High Water Alarm Applications:
The JB15HII Outdoor High Water Alarm applications include: sump pump alarm, pump station alarm, lift station alarm, tank high level alarm, cistern high level alarm, reservoir high level alarm, high tide alarm, overflow alarm, runoff alarm. The JB15H Outdoor High Water Alarm also functions as a grinder pump alarm, aerator system alarm, septic system alarm, pump pit alarm, pond high level alarm, lake high water alarm, dam high water alarm, and high level alarm.
Low Water Alarm Applications:
The JB15LII Outdoor Low Water alarm applications include: cistern alarm, well alarm, water tank low alarm, water reservoir low water alarm, low tide alarm, low tank alarm, tank low level alarm, pump low level alarm, pump dry alarm, pond low level alarm, lake low level alarm, dam low level alarm, water tank low alarm.
Can I use this alarm for my drinking water system?
Yes, you can use this alarm with the provided float switch for drinking water tanks, cisterns and potable water storage.
Can I use this alarm for something other than a high water alarm or low water alarm?
Yes, you can use the mechanical float switch provided or remove the float switch and attach a properly rated and installed switch, relay, sensor and more. NOTE: The switch, sensor or input used must be dry contact / voltage free as the switch / input circuit is part of a 120VAC circuit.