Large Display Meters What sets the Helios apart from other large display meters is its dual line display with super bright LEDs that can be read even in bright sunlight and up to 100 feet away. Based on Precision Digital’s popular line of ProVu® digital panel meters, the Helios can satisfy a wide variety of level, flow, temperature, pressure, & weight applications. It is available with models that accept 4-20 mA, thermocouple, RTD, pulse, .
PD6602 & PD6604 Loop-Powered Process Meters Why you should buy: Loop-Powered Process Meter Optional Bargraph Display 1/8 DIN Panel Mount Open Collector Outputs Standard Solid State Relays 4-20 mA Output
Tank Level Measurements Senix ultrasonic sensors are commonly used for tank level measurement and control. They offer cost-effective, continuous level measurement and a wide range of features to handle almost any tank level management task. Unlike mechanical level indicators and many electronic level measurement technologies, ultrasonic sensors don’t have to touch the liquid to measure it so the risk of sensor fouling or liquid contamination over time is eliminated. Here are some of the .
Chemical Level Measurement Many common chemicals can damage level sensors. Even stainless steel sensors can be quickly corroded by some chemicals. Transducer elements and the adhesives that bond them to housings are especially susceptible to corrosive liquids and gases. Special chemically resistant polymer housings are necessary for these environments. Simple coated transducers or partially protected sensor housings may not offer enough protection. For long-term durability, look for a chemical level sensor that provides .
Radar Sensor Radar monitors conditions in any environment and automatically adjusts its transmit energy and receiver gain to detect only one echo from measured materials.
RADAR Chemical Industry, Oil and Gas, Water and Wastewaters, Corrosive applications with gases vapours and foams, Solid materials.Radar accurately and reliably measures a wide range of media in a broad range of process conditions, from calm product surfaces and water-based media to turbulent surfaces and aggressive hydrocarbon media.