Sonic Sensor System measures HPLC reservoir levels.

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Employing sound wave transmitter positioned in reservoir’s cap, Sonic Level Sensor System measures levels of solvents used in unattended liquid chromatographic separations in real-time. Sonic signals are converted into electrical signal that can be shown as visible indication of liquid level on display. To ensure extended analysis continues without interruption, system automatically sends signal to stop pump or switch valve when LC solvents get low.



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Sonic Sensor System for HPLC Reservoir Levels



JM Science’s Sonic Reservoir Sensor System is used in laboratories to measure the levels of solvents used in unattended liquid chromatographic separations in real time. It is especially useful during a weekend or lengthy chromatographic analysis when there is the risk of running out of solvents during unattended operation.



Similar products also monitor liquid levels inside the reservoir but most of those are controlled by weight or light measurement which can give inaccurate measurements when solvent levels change. The Sonic Level Sensor System employs a sound wave transmitter positioned in the reservoir’s cap to accurately measure the level of the solvent in the 1 liter reservoir. Sonic signals are converted into an electrical signal that can be shown as a visible indication of liquid level on a display. This sensor system provides safe unattended operation by automatically sending a signal to stop the pump when LC solvents get low or to switch a valve so that the extended analysis continues without interruption. This also helps prevent loss of valuable samples and analysis time.



The Sonic Sensor is applicable for most solvents used for LC separations.



For more information contact us at 716-774-8706 or visit us at www.jmscience.com

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