LED Illuminator heightens magnetic level gage visibility.

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Designed to help increase safety, Jerguson® NightStar illuminators use array of bright LEDs to continually shine on liquid level gage's magnetic flag indicators. This provides high-contrast, 24-hr visibility with which to verify liquid levels in no- or low-light environments. Illuminators can be field-upgraded on any Jerguson Magnicator II® magnetic liquid level gage and can also serve to upgrade other manufacturers' gages.

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LED Illuminator Provides 24 Hour Visibility for Magnetic Level Gages

High Contrast Indication Makes It Easy to Verify Liquid Level

STRONGSVILLE, OH - August 19, 2008 - A new illuminator has been announced by its manufacturer, Clark-Reliance Corporation. Jerguson® NightStar illuminators are for use with its Magnicator II® magnetic liquid level gages. An array of bright LEDs continually shine on the gage's magnetic flag indicators to provide high contrast, 24 hour visibility in no-light or low-light environments. Operators can increase safety by easily and reliably verifying liquid levels, minimizing time spent in process areas.

NightStar-equipped indicators are approved for use in Class 1, Div. 1 classified applications and are not angle dependant, so viewers can see from many positions. The unit's LEDs have a nominal life of 10 years.

The NightStar indicator can be field-upgraded on any Jerguson magnetic gage or can be used to upgrade other manufacturers' gages.

Magnicator II Magnetic Liquid Level Indication Products have a patented float design which provides the strongest magnetic filed of any magnetic level indicator. This uniquely strong field activates indicator flags, switches and transmitters with a reliability and certainty not found in other magnetic level gages.

Clark-Reliance Corporation is located at 16633 Foltz Parkway, Strongsville, OH 44149. Telephone: (440) 572-1500. FAX: (440) 238-8828 E-mail: sales@clark-reliance.com. Web: www.clark-reliance.com.

Please send sales leads to Chris Fadden at the above address.

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