New Non-invasive Ultrasonic Sensors for Continuous Liquid Level Monitoring.
Jan 02 2008 Read 2204 Times
The CLD series features a unique pulsed ultrasonic technology to enable a very high degree of accuracy and reliability. This non-invasive design, with no contact between the sensor and the fluid, eliminates all media compatibility and sterility issues. The CLD series provides an analog output voltage proportional to the liquid level. A separate logic output to report custom specific liquid level set points is also available. The CLD sensors can be used with plastic or metal containers and tanks and are completely scalable to various tank sizes and geometries. The devices are mounted to the bottom of the tank without the need of a coupling agent. The CLD detectors can be widely customised to any form, fit and function to meet each
customers' special requirements.
Important features of the new CLD series are:
Non-invasive continuous liquid level monitoring, Highly accurate and reliable pulsed ultrasonic technology, Bottom-up measurement on plastic or metal containers and tanks and Customisation to any form, fit and function.
The new non-invasive continuous liquid level sensors of the CLD series are ideal for many medical, laboratory, pharmaceutical and industrial applications.
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