Level Sensor Requires No Power

Sept. 1, 2000
Designed for use in process control and other applications, the Series 5134 fiber-optic level sensors provide measurements without electrical connectors. Measuring only 0.25" in diameter, the devices have either NPT or straight threaded housings and

Designed for use in process control and other applications, the Series 5134 fiber-optic level sensors provide measurements without electrical connectors. Measuring only 0.25" in diameter, the devices have either NPT or straight threaded housings and are constructed of non-contaminating, non-corrosive materials that include Teflon, quartz, Udel and 316L stainless steel. The sensors are designed to function with the company's Series 5135 liquid-level controllers, which consist of a signal amplifier, pulse modulated light source driver circuit, and output transistors. The controllers accept input voltages from 5 to 28 Vdc. Dual output transistors, each rated for 300 mA, provide on-when-wet and/or off-when-wet signals for PLCs or are capable of driving relay coils directly. A single-turn potentiometer on the controller allows users to adjust the sensitivity of the sensor.

Company: KINEMATICS & CONTROLS CORP.

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