Level Monitoring Equipment in Ohio

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Model LEV100 Series - Ultrasonic Level Monitoring System

by WESS GLOBAL, INC.     based in Choenan, SOUTH KOREA

WESS LEV-100 ultrasonic level meter utilizes enhanced ultrasonic technology to measure liquid or solid level in various applications with superior accuracy and reliability. The instrument continuously provides the user with important information which includes numeric & graphic screens representing the distance to medium level, an echo profile ...

Incon - Model 1250B - Liquid Level Monitors

by Incon/Intelligent Controls Power Reliability Systems     based in Saco, WISCONSIN (USA)

The Model 1250B provides highly accurate rotary position indication, with interfaces to SCADA, PLC’s, and computers.

LevelMaster - Model LMSA - Liquid Level Monitoring System

by EPG Companies Inc.     based in Maple Grove, MINNESOTA (USA)

The LevelMaster Stand Alone (LMSA) Liquid Level Monitoring System monitors and displays liquid levels in sideslope risers, wells, tanks, sumps, reservoirs, and settling ponds including corrosive, viscous, hot, explosive, and slurry-type liquids. The Level Monitoring System includes the following time-tested, field-proven components: Available ...

Model SID-10700 - Sentry Sludge Level Monitor

by Raven Environmental Products, Inc.     based in St. Louis, MONTANA (USA)

Right out of the box, the Raven Sentry can be up and running quickly with the enclosure mount and probe jib. Lower the sensor probes into the tank and secure at user defined levels. A common setup with a 2 channel model is the 'warning' and 'alarm' configuration. The warning probe is suspended just above the normal sludg  level. The alarm ...

ChemLogic - Model CL1 - Single Point Continuous Monitor

by DOD Technologies Inc     based in Crystal lake, ILLINOIS (USA)

The ChemLogic Single Point Continuous Monitor provides field-proven ChemLogic Technology in a NEMA 4X enclosure for the quick detection of low-level toxic and corrosive gases. The CL1 is the next generation of interference free, low maintenance colorimetric gas detection. This system is simple to install and utilizes 1/4' OD X 3/16' ID tubing to ...

Incon - Model 1511-Z - Liquid Level Monitors

by Incon/Intelligent Controls Power Reliability Systems     based in Saco, WISCONSIN (USA)

A microprocessor-based panel instrument for difficult industrial process control applications. The power, flexibility and ease-of-use of the INCON Model 1511-Z Process Monitor, puts it in a class of its own.

Gizmo Engineering - Model TH-10 - Tank Level Alarm

by Gizmo Engineering     based in Seneca Castle, NEW YORK (USA)

The TANK ALARM grabs attention with a bright flashing LED and a loud beeper when liquid level is too high or too low. Easy to install. Easy to adjust the depth. Stop overfilled or empty tanks for good!

Model ULM-70 - Ultrasonic Level Meters

by Dinel s.r.o.     based in Zlín, CZECH REPUBLIC

Ultrasonic Level Meters For continuous non-contact level measurement of liquids and bulk-solid materials.This project was realised under financial support from the funds of the state budget through the 'Department of Trade and Industry'.

Model 4800 Series, Item # 41401 - Single Liquid Level Switch

by Thomas Products LTD     based in Southington, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Model Item # 41401, 4800 Series - Single Level Switch. Plastic stem construction.

Pulsar - Model Blackbox 133 - Non-contact Level Monitoring System

by Pulsar Process Measurement Ltd     based in Worcestershire, UNITED KINGDOM

Blackbox 133 is a compact low-cost intelligent controller that offers non-contacting level measurement. Blackbox 133 features two control or alarm relays, with simple 0-5V output proportional to level to drive a local display. Simple two pump control with alternation is also included in the Blackbox 133, when supplied with a display. Blackbox 133 ...

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