PRLog - Dec. 15, 2011 - CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- This vertically-mounted float transducer series offers a reliable and economical means of tank level monitoring suitable for a wide variety of applications and liquids. Available with either brass or 316 stainless steel mounts and stainless, polypropylene or Buna-N floats, the C3957 features a 5mm resolution, while the C3946 offers a 10mm resolution. Each model has a simple two- or three-wire connection.
Vertically-Mounted Float Transducer
These sensors contain a chain of equally spaced magnetic switches and resistors in sensing lengths to 96 inches. When activated by the moving magnetic float, the switch chain creates a variable resistance signal that is then converted to a proportional voltage (1-5VDC) or current output, (4-20 mA) through a 24VDC powered circuit board located within the compact stem. The output can then be routed to a meter, programmable controller or other readout or receiver. The float transducers can also be equipped with separate high and/or low float switches for independent alarm signals.
Unlike many solid state level transmitters, this series is unaffected by conductivity or dielectric properties of the liquid. “If it floats…it works!” The integral circuit board design and robust brass or stainless tube resists shock and vibration, making it ideal for off-road vehicle fuel tanks, generator tanks and more.
The series offers a low-cost, buoyancy-based alternative to other level sensing technologies and compliments an ever-growing selection of dependable OEM-priced products.
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