Libra Midi – Control Panel

From: $1,100.00

Libra Midi offers the features and functions of our renowned hard-wired control panel but with a combination of PCB & compact control gear.  Models for both single and dual pumps in either single or three phase power.   The Libra Midi offers support for a wide variety of liquid level detection methods, such as our FLO range of float switches, LevelPal level sensors, pressure switches and conductivity probes.


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Product Description

Libra Midi uses a combination of traditional hard-wired control gear along with printed circuit board technology. The hybridizing of traditional components like isolators, short circuit protection and contactors with PCB designed logic controls we reduce size and cost. without loss of function.  Available in both single & dual-motor variants, it offers a host of features in an IP67 enclosure, suitable for use with various level control devices.  Each motor can be operated up to 12A.FLC. (Full Load Current).


  • Multipurpose, compact PCB design.
  • IP67 enclosure, suitable for outdoor locations.
  • Multi-voltage, the unit can operate either 230V or 400V motors.
  • End-user can choose which level sensor best suits their system.
  • Separate terminal connection compartment.
  • Cost effective & reliable.

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Proudly manufactured in the UK
Detects incorrect phase rotation.
Overload protection.
Current monitoring on the front display.
Motor operational hours on the front display.
Manual or Automatic control via selector buttons.
Manual or Remote reset possible.
Various operational LED’s for running, tripped, high level and power on.
Alternating duty, the PCB switches between which motor should start, based on the hours run duration.
Sensor types available for automatic motor control are below:
Conductivity probes.
T-T LevelPal.
Hybrid mode, where conductivity probes can be used alongside a float.
Pressure transducer.
Various timer modes are available:
Off Delay – After the motor is called to stop, it continues to run for a set period.
On Delay – A motor does not start after being called to run for a set period.
Cyclic On/Off and Off/On – Alternative motor on and off between the set time.


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