Continuous Liquid Level Sensor Seeks Challenging Measurement Chores

Oct. 8, 2008
The UCL-520 series continuous, ultrasonic level sensors handle difficult non-contact applications such as industrial water treatment, wastewater management, and chemical storage. Employing a two-wire ultrasonic transmitter for measurement distances up

The UCL-520 series continuous, ultrasonic level sensors handle difficult non-contact applications such as industrial water treatment, wastewater management, and chemical storage. Employing a two-wire ultrasonic transmitter for measurement distances up to 8m, the components integrate a rugged PVDF transducer for ultra pure, corrosive, or waste liquids. Reportedly easy to install in limited-space applications, they exhibit a minimum 8” dead band that allows for maximum fill of media. Other features include a 7.6-cm minimum beam width, selectable display indicating levels in air gaps or liquid height, and push button calibration with a six-segment LCD. GEMS SENSORS & CONTROLS, Plainville, CT. (800) 378-1600.

Company: GEMS SENSORS & CONTROLS

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