Transmitter comes in integral and remote configurations.

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U Series Non-Contact Ultrasonic Transmitter provides accurate level measurement in applications such as sump pit monitoring, gypsum silo level, fly ash silos, and steam, and condensation. It offers automatic gain and low frequency sensors, which penetrate dust, fog, and foam. Its programming allows transmitter to adapt to real-time conditions.



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U Series Non-Contact Ultrasonic Transmitter to Solve Tough Applications


The U Series Non-Contact Ultrasonic Transmitter is a sophisticated measuring device that provides accurate and reliable level measurement in difficult situations. A few of these applications include sump pit monitoring, gypsum silo level, fly ash silos, and steam and condensation. The U Series will revolutionize the non-contact level sensing market because it is more powerful, capable and reliable than any other ultrasonic transmitter on the market. State-of-the-art programming, automatic gain and a very powerful transmitter pulse are just a few of the unique features it offers.

The U Series' superior performance and sensing capability provides the means to go the distance in poor conditions. Low frequency sensors provide superior penetration in dust, fog or foam. The versatile and sophisticated programming allows the device to adapt to real-time conditions.

The U Series has been proven in a wide variety of industry applications and is available in both integral and remote configurations.

This product will expand the current accepted market for ultrasonic transmitters and provide success under conditions where other ultrasonics fail.

Since 1946, SOR Inc. has offered a comprehensive line of pressure, temperature, level, and flow instrumentation for a wide variety of industries and applications. SOR has a registered quality system to ISO 9001. World headquarters are located in Lenexa, Kansas USA with satellite offices in the United Kingdom and China. SOR also supports its markets worldwide with over 120 representatives.

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