Internet #205618047

Model # EBPBV

Store SKU #1001098868

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Vertical Float Switch for Sump Pumps

  • Works with a variety of sump pumps
  • Ideal for use in small pits or basins
  • Includes brackets and clamps for an easy installation
$ 36 98

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Product Overview

  • Works with a variety of sump pumps
  • Ideal for use in small pits or basins
  • Includes brackets and clamps for an easy installation
Replace your sump and sewage pump switch with the Everbilt Vertical Float Switch. It's perfect for use in small pits or basins and conveniently includes brackets and clamps for installation to the discharge pipe. The universal design makes it compatible with all models with piggyback float switches
  • Approximately a 4 in. on/off span
  • On/off height can be adjusted by moving rubber grommet
  • 8 ft. cord
  • Works with pumps up to 1/2 HP at 120 VAC and 1 HP at 230 VAC
  • 115-Volt plug attached can be removed for direct wiring
  • Compatible with all models with piggyback float switches
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Works with a variety of sump pumps
  • Ideal for use in small pits or basins
  • Includes brackets and clamps for an easy installation
Model #: EBPBV
Sku #: 1001098868
Internet #: 205618047

Replace your sump and sewage pump switch with the Everbilt Vertical Float Switch. It's perfect for use in small pits or basins and conveniently includes brackets and clamps for installation to the discharge pipe. The universal design makes it compatible with all models with piggyback float switches

  • Approximately a 4 in. on/off span
  • On/off height can be adjusted by moving rubber grommet
  • 8 ft. cord
  • Works with pumps up to 1/2 HP at 120 VAC and 1 HP at 230 VAC
  • 115-Volt plug attached can be removed for direct wiring
  • Compatible with all models with piggyback float switches
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3.75
Product Height (in.)
4.53
Product Width (in.)
2.6

Details

Brand Compatibility
Compatible with all models
Product Weight (lb.)
1.25lb
Recommended Pump Types
Sewage Pumps,Sump Pumps
Returnable
180-Day
Switch Type
Vertical Float Switch

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3.75
Product Height (in.)
4.53
Product Width (in.)
2.6

Details

Brand Compatibility
Compatible with all models
Product Weight (lb.)
1.25lb
Recommended Pump Types
Sewage Pumps,Sump Pumps
Returnable
180-Day
Switch Type
Vertical Float Switch

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

Will this vertical float switch work on a everlast 3/4 hp suberisable sump pump?

Asked by: 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 ).
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2020-04-12

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.)
Asked by: AT
You would have to make the rod longer. I bought this float the other day and needed it to turn on at about 2 inches. Works great. I had to clip about 3 inches off the rods, but it works like a charm. Kicks on at a little under 2 inches and shuts off when the float hits the grommet which I placed so its 1/16 above floor level. I use my pump outside my basement door when rain comes over door threshold if there is also snow on the ground.
Answered by: MCL77
Date published: 2019-01-29

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
Asked by: Dolfin
You could, but you will need to either rig up a float arm to 'pull' the switch down to shut off the washer or mount the switch upside down with a yoke to go around the switch and hold the float under the switch. Cheapest solution: eliminate the screen or setup a much bigger one that won't clog with one load. Also, installing a separate washer drain might be easier and cheaper than modifying this switch.
Answered by: MacGyver
Date published: 2018-07-04

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.
Asked by: Bobby
The only thing I can think of is: you must have the float installed upside down. The pointed end is the up position. In the other configuration the float will rise but the little square recess stops the float before it can activate the switch. Just turn the float over and reinstall the rubber retainer.
Answered by: Larry
Date published: 2018-03-14
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