Level Monitoring

Sensors monitor fill levels of liquids and solids in large and small containers, for a variety of applications.

Fill Level of Dry Material in a Hopper

To accurately determine the level of dry bulk material in a bin hopper, despite the material's uneven surface

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Fluid Level Control in a Forming Tank

To control the fluid level in a forming tank in a washdown environment

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Level Monitoring for Washdown Environments

In food and beverage applications where liquid and solid levels must be monitored, a long range sensor is needed that can reach the full depth of the tank without coming in contact with the tank contents.

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Liquid Level Monitoring

In applications where the liquid level must be monitored, a long range sensor is needed to ensure it can reach and sense the full depth of the tank for accurate monitoring. By sending a continuous signal that represents the current depth, the tank levels can be controlled with a pump in-pump out logic.

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Liquid Soap Level Detection

In applications where the liquid level needs to be monitored, a versatile sensor is needed. For car wash application, continuously monitoring the level of liquid soap in a reservoir can prevent customers from an unsatisfactory experience.

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Remote and Tank Farm Monitoring

Monitor multiple process measurements on a remote tank

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Remote Tank Level Monitoring with DX70

Reliably transmit variable tank level data to central control system

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Remote Fill Level Indicator

To alert the operator that a sensor has detected that the content level is running low

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Storage Tank Monitoring with a Wireless Network

To monitor the fluid levels in outdoor tanks with a wireless system that converts the available power source

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Water, Waste Water, and Wireless Tank Monitoring

Waste water treatment plants and tank farms need to continually monitor various parameters, including temperature, pressure, flow, pH, conductivity, or water levels.

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Wireless Tank Farm Monitoring in Unsafe or Harsh Conditions

Tank farms need to continually monitor various parameters, including temperature, pressure, flow, pH, conductivity, or water levels.

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Wireless Tank Level Analysis in Unsafe or Harsh Conditions

Holding and Storage tanks must be continuously analyzed for various parameters, including temperature, pressure, flow, pH, conductivity, or liquid levels.

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Wireless Water Treatment Monitoring in Unsafe or Harsh Conditions

Waste water treatment plants need to continually monitor various parameters, including temperature, pressure, flow, pH, conductivity, or water levels.

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