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Level and Flow Monitor uses non-contact ultrasonic sensor.

February 17, 2011 - Equipped with 3-key calibration system, Model SLT 5.0 can be used as level transmitter for tank inventory applications with continuous display and control, or as open channel flow monitor with display and totalizer. Unit includes non-contacting PVC and TeflonŽ sensor rated for ranges up to 32 ft. Housed in NEMA 4X enclosure, monitor provides isolated 4-20 mA output and has 3 control relays programmable for pump control, pump alternation, level alarms, and/or flow proportionate pulse.
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Greyline Instruments, Inc.
105 Water St.
Massena, NY, 13662
USA


New Ultrasonic Level & Flow Monitor


This new SLT 5.0 Level & Flow Monitor from Greyline Instruments features a non-contacting ultrasonic sensor and a simple, built-in 5-key calibration system. The SLT 5.0 can be used as a level transmitter for tank inventory applications with continuous display and control, or it can be used as an open channel flow monitor with display and totalizer.

Standard features include a non-contacting PVC and Teflon sensor rated for ranges up to 32 feet (50 ft optional), NEMA4X electronics enclosure, large backlit digital display, isolated 4-20mA output, two control relays programmable for pump control and alternation, level alarms or flow proportionate pulse. Options include intrinsically safe sensors, plug and play electronics to add functions like 2-million point data logger with USB output and additional control relays.

The SLT 5.0 is recommended for chemical tank inventory, pump control for sewage lift stations or sumps, and open channel flow applications.


Greyline Instruments Inc.,

105 Water Street, Massena, NY 13662

Tel: 888-473-9546

www.greyline.com Email: info@greyline.com
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