Cerebra Optical Level Sensor - Vertex

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Cerebra Optical Level Sensor - Vertex

SKU: 210303

reg. $39.99

Special Price: $33.99

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Quick Overview

Vertex Cerebra Optical Level Sensors are great as the main form of level control or backup. Using optical sensors in conjunction with standard float switches allow for multiple technologies to be employed creating a virtually fail proof system.

  • Super sensitive

  • Easy to clean

  • Less than 1/8" trigger

  • LED Indicator


Requires 3/8" NPT mounting nut (not included)


Full Details

Connects directly to the Vertex Cerebra Multi-Bar through a Mini-DIN connection. The Optical Sensor will create an open connection as soon as water touches the tip of the sensor making is super sensitive and perfect for ATO systems or other places where a stable water level is required. When the circuit is closed their is a built in LED that will turn off as soon was liquid touches the sensors tip indicating an open circuit.



Sensor Diameter - 0.87 Inch

Cable Length - 72 Inch

Sensor Overall Length - 2.0 Inch

Mounting Hole Diameter - 0.65 Inch

Mounting Orientation - Vertical


Note - Requires 3/8 NPT mounting nut (not included). Most local hardware stores will carry 3/8" NPT plastic nuts that can be used to secure the optical sensor.



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Can this optical sensor be used in conjunction with APEX?
Question by: Paul Himmelman on Oct 23, 2016 11:30:00 PM
Currently this optical sensor is only designed to work with the Vertex Cerebra system and would not likely be compatible with the inputs/connections of the Neptune Apex system.
Answer by: Zack Wilson (Admin) on Nov 4, 2016 1:44:00 PM
How long is the cord on this?
Question by: Matt Ferrell on Oct 1, 2016 2:53:00 PM
Great question! The cord, not including the sensor, is about 80" long. :-)
Answer by: Randy (Admin) on Oct 13, 2016 1:49:00 PM