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Babbitt - Model LTM Series - Magnetostrictive Liquid Level Transmitters

by Babbitt International, Inc.     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

The Babbitt LTM series Magnetostrictive Level Transmitter is an accurate, stand-alone, loop-powered device, usually mounted in the top of a tank or other container. It may also be used as a level transmitter when mounted externally on a Babbitt Magnetic Level Gauge.

Babbitt - Model LT9000 - Liquid Level Transmitters

by Babbitt International, Inc.     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

The LT9000 is a continous level transmitter that detects the level of an electrically conductive liquid in a tank or other vessel. The LT9000 can also sense the level of an interface such as oil/water. The basic unit is made of a solid stainless steel probe, attached to an explosion proof housing. The probe is coated with a non-conductive material ...

Babbitt - Model ABM Series - Ultrasonic Level Transmitter

by Babbitt International, Inc.     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

The Babbitt ABM Series Ultrasonic Level Transmitter allows simple and reliable non-contact level measurement of fluids in a tank, sump or other container. The microprocessor-controlled circuit generates a pulse that is transmitted from the transducer face. This pulse is reflected back from the surface of the liquid. The 'round trip' transit time ...

Babbitt - Model Radar - Liquid Level Transmitters

by Babbitt International, Inc.     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

RADAR level transmitters allow simple and reliable non-contact level measurement of fluids in a metal tank. The microprocessor-controlled electronics transmit a 6.3 GHz electromagnetic pulse at the fluid's surface, which is then reflected back to the antenna. The 'round trip' time of flight is then calculated to determine the fluid level in the ...

Enhanced Jupiter - Magnetostrictive Level Transmitters

by Orion Instruments, LLC     based in Baton Rouge, LOUISIANA (USA)

The Jupiter Magnetostrictive level transmitter provides a 4-20 mA output, proportional to the level being measured. Jupiter models are designed to attach quickly and easily, via standard clamps, to Orion’s Atlas and Gemini magnetic level indicators or can be directly inserted into a wide variety of process vessels.

Model LE Series - Level Transmitter

by Tecfluid S.A     based in Barcelona, SPAIN

Level transmitter for liquids by varying the resistance, reeds driven by magnetic field of the float.

Model MCG 5102 - Wireless Base Station

by Shand & Jurs (L&J Technologies & L&J Engineering)     based in Hillside, ILLINOIS (USA)

Cost effective installation, Easy upgrade to existing equipment, Automated wireless gauging of local and remote tank fields, Spread Spectrum Technology

Model CSPT 400L Series - Level Transmitter

by Italmanometri s.r.l.     based in Cavriago (RE), ITALY

CS-PT400L series of level transmitter feature reliable and highly accurate liquid level measurement for water, diesel and gasoline and mild corrosive liquid.This series adopt stainless steel housing, high performance sensor, and ASIC to ensure a wide range of applications. Vented inside cable are provided as air pressure reference. The products ...

Sitron - Model SC404 - Capacitive Level Sensor

by Sitron Usa Inc.     based in Hauppauge, NEW YORK (USA)

The SC404 is a capacitance continuous level transmitter with an integrated electronics module mounted within the nylon or aluminum housing. This 2 wire loop powered unit provides a 4-20mA output. Set up and calibration is achieved with a zero and span adjustment which works best when starting with an empty tank to set the zero and then filling it, ...

Prosonic - Model S FMU90 - Transmitter

by Endress Hauser Instruments International AG     based in Reinach, SWITZERLAND

Transmitter in housing for field or top-hat rail mounting for the ultrasonic sensors FDU91/91F/92/93/95/96.

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