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Test & Measuring Instruments -> Probes -> Level Probes

Level Probes

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RF Admittance Level Probe works in temperatures to 842°F.

RF Admittance Level Probe works in temperatures to 842°F.

BlueLevel Technologies, Inc.    Sterling, IL 61081
Sep 25, 2013 Model AP/APX comes in high temperature and super high temperature designs that can be used where internal vessel temperatures can reach up to 450°F and 842°F, respectively. Available for detecting presence and absence of liquid, slurries, and bulk solids in diverse applications, RF admittance point level sensor includes integral electronics with universal 20–255 Vac/Vdc power supply, DPDT relay output that is fail-safe on power failure, and remote function test input.

Magnetostrictive Liquid Level Probe tolerates harsh locations.

Magnetostrictive Liquid Level Probe tolerates harsh locations.

Automation Products Group, Inc.    Logan, UT 84321
Jun 14, 2013 Supplied in explosion-proof housing certified by CSA for Class 1, Div 1 environments, MPX Series is accurate to ±4 mm and includes 2 base sizes with 0.5 and 1.0 in. stems and lengths up to 25 ft. Probe stem withstands forces in turbulent tanks, while floats operate without sticking and install while remaining on stem. With optional second float, single MPX provides both total tank and interface level measurements. Multiple floats are available that fit inside 2 or 3 in. NPT mounts.

Liquid Level Probe sends measurements to desktop.

FF-Automation Oy      Finland
May 21, 2013 Using GSM/GPRS networks as communication, AutoLog® GSM WirelessProbe™ collects liquid level measurements and sends them directly to user's desktop. Data can be transferred to web browser via ControlMan™ Cloud SCADA service. Measurements, alarms, trends, and reports from objects can be shared among all users, and separate categories of users can have different rights. Detected automatically, alarms can be forwarded to maintenance personnel immediately by GSM phone or e-mail.

RF Admittance Point Level Sensor offers 2-step calibration.

RF Admittance Point Level Sensor offers 2-step calibration.

BlueLevel Technologies, Inc.    Sterling, IL 61081
Jan 07, 2013 Used for point and continuous level measurement of powder, granular, liquid, and slurry materials, Models AP/APX come in 5 probe configurations – Standard, Mini, Cable-Extended, High Temperature, and Super High Temperature – all of which include integral electronics available with Ordinary Location or Explosion-Proof enclosures. Features include LED indication of normal and relay alarm status, NEMA Type 4X powder-coated enclosure, and ¾ in. NPT stainless steel process connection.

Magnetostrictive Probe provides continuous level measurement.

Magnetostrictive Probe provides continuous level measurement.

L & J Technologies, Inc.    Hillside, IL 60162
Apr 19, 2012 Comprised of wave guide, probe housing, float with permanently-embedded magnets, and motion or stress sensing device, MCG 8151 gathers level gauging information, can act as point switch for overfill alarms, and has 5 temperature sensors to provide average temperature measurement of product. Offering resolution of ±.001 in., MCG 8151 is available in lengths up to 70 ft and can be installed in nearly any type of storage or process vessel, aboveground or underground.

Conductivity Level Probes resist heat and corrosion.

Conductivity Level Probes resist heat and corrosion.

Dwyer Instruments, Inc.    Michigan City, IN 46361
Aug 28, 2008 Mounted in any orientation in tank, tee fitting, or any compatible threaded port, Series CLP determines presence of conductive liquid at set level by sensing conductivity. Probes allow for measurement of conductivity between probe fitting and end, which is isolated by ceramic insulator, or between ends of 2 probes. Offered with ½ in. NPT process connection, probes feature solid stainless steel end for resistance to heat and corrosion.

Capacitance Level Sensor features RF immunity.

BinMaster    Lincoln, NE 68507
Mar 15, 2007 Operating at 6 kHz, PROCAP Series provides level measurement by using timing technique that compares discharge time of probe capacitance to reference capacitance. PRO-Shield guards against false readings from buildup by forcing active signal to examine large area around probe, while time delay readings minimize false signals from sudden material shifts or splashing liquids. External LED indicates whether probe is covered, uncovered, or in failed condition.

Probes use ultrasound or radar to measure fill levels.

Probes use ultrasound or radar to measure fill levels.

Siemens AG    Munich D-80333  Germany
Aug 20, 2004 Two-conductor, Sitrans Probes LU and LR continually measure fill level of storage tanks and process vessels, as well as flow rate in open flumes. Interference echoes are automatically filtered out to ensure reliable analysis of echo signals. Ultransonic transceiver, Model LU offers 12 m measuring range in liquids and slurries, while radar level transmitter, Model LR operates at 5.8 GHz or in North America at 6.3 GHz with measuring range of 0.3-20 m.

Ultrasonic Level Probe offers 90 ft range.

Ultrasonic Level Probe offers 90 ft range.

Abm - Sensor Technology Inc.    Peterborough, ON K9J 6W6
Dec 11, 2002 Model ABM300/400-25U(C) measures liquids and solids up to 90 ft. It operates with phase array structure ultrasonic transducer, which offers narrow no side lobes beam, 17 in. blanking, and same operation at different temperatures. Self-cleaning probe can replace expensive ultrasonic or microwave level gauges.

Pulse Radar Probes are noiseless and self-adjusting.

Abm - Sensor Technology Inc.    Peterborough, ON K9J 6W6
Dec 11, 2002 Pulse Radar Probes, used for distances of 50 and 100 ft, offer very low noise performance due to operation of receiver, which is activated by incoming echoes from wanted targets. Units adjust microwave pulse amplitude and width to target distance and reflection properties. Receiver changes sensitivity with amplitude of received echoes. Shapes of received echoes are analyzed to eliminate echoes coming from tank's walls, standpipes, and other obstructions.

Ceramic Probe withstands temperatures of 450°F.

Ceramic Probe withstands temperatures of 450°F.

Bindicator    Spartanburg, SC 29306
Oct 30, 2002 Radio frequency sensing probe is suited for applications where temperatures exceed 450°F. Made of 304 Stainless Steel and ceramic, this probe is mounted remote from electronics, providing maximum protection from heat. Probes available for higher temperature applications include heavy duty probe with larger diameter active section, which accepts various extensions and attachments for unique applications.

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