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HYDROSTATIC SENSOR RANGE COVERS WATER AND FUELS

06-07-2017
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Available now from Control Logic, the LMP307 hydrostatic sensor from BD Sensors boasts an impressive accuracy of 0.1% full-scale output. The German-made the sensor provides continuous level measurement in clean or recycled water, waste fluids and fuel applications.

There are more than 100 different variations in the range, all made to exacting specifications, to ensure each sensor is precisely matched to the correct application. Options include custom cable lengths, level measurement up to 250m depths, different electrical output types and SIL2 certification for hazardous areas.

For diesel fuel or applications where temperature measurement is critical to volume measurement, the LMP307T is a perfect fit. With a Pt100 temperature sensor included in the same housing, it features a separate output for submerged level measurement that is safe yet accurate.

Both the LMP307 and LMP307T level sensors are ideal for use in drinking water systems, wells, and bore holes to water treatment and recycling facilities in addition to diesel fuel tank volume measurement for single generators to large-scale tank farms.

Control Logic
1800 557 705
www.control-logic.com.au

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