Submersible Pressure and Level Sensors at WWEM 2012
Oct 09 2012
On stand 58 at the Water, Wastewater & Environmental Monitoring (WWEM) exhibition 2012 from 7-8 November 2012 in Telford, instrumentation specialist Impress Sensors & Systems (UK) will be showcasing a number of submersible pressure, temperature and level transmitters, as well as a range of process controllers.
The main focus of the stand will be how these sensors can communicate with process controllers, data loggers and telemetry stations, allowing easier integration with existing process control networks and field buses. Controllers and their integral software programs provide users with archiving, printing and visualisation tools, as well as a variety of visual presentation display options for recorded measurements. Impress will also demonstrate how to set up PID profiles, timers, relays and triggers using these controllers. Using JAVA applets, which can be embedded into any website or HTML-based web page, users can remotely access real time data from the controller via an Ethernet interface and web browser.
Also on show will be a number of submersible pressure, temperature and level sensors. The IMCTL (ceramic) and IMSTL (silicon) ranges of submersible dual output level and temperature transmitters, for example, are suitable for continuous submersion in water. These sensors provide dual independent, 2-wire, 4-20mA outputs: one for level and one for temperature. The sensors offer nominal pressure ranges from 10mWG to 100mWG (ceramic) and 0.5mWG to 100mWG (silicon).
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