Level Pro 100 Series Level Transmitter
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$749.00

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Features

  • All plastic
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Ceramic sensing diaphragm
  • 14 to 54 ftH2O measuring range
  • 2 wire 4-20mA output signal
  • PVC, PP & PVDF materials
  • No moving parts
  • Automatic temperature compensation

The Level Pro 100 series level transmitter is designed for continuous level measurement for aggressive liquid media. The 100 Series is heavy duty and built with a ceramic sensing diaphragm. The pressure measurement ranges from 14 to 54 ftH2O. The compact design has no moving parts and offers an accuracy of ±0.5%.

Applications for the 100 Series include:

  • Foam, vapor, turbulence, condensate
  • Waste water treatment
  • Leachate collection
  • Waste sumps or pits
  • Chemical dosing
  • Inventory management
Level Pro LP 100 Level Installation Fitting
All plastic NEMA 4X enclosure, Gortex air filter, light weight GRP
$249.00

Application Notes

Here's how some of our customers used this product.

Zebra Mussels

The Background: Our customer specializes in the extermination of zebra mussels from marine industrial sites. They seek a means of accounting for the toxic chemicals used to destroy the zebra mussels.

The Problem: Zebra mussels can stick to nearly anything, posing problems for power plants, fishing boats and other facilities located along freshwater shorelines. The mussels can be controlled using Sodium hypochlorite and Sodium bisulphate though both chemicals are highly corrosive and their use is tightly regulated, requiring an accurate measurement solution compatible with these compounds.

The Solution: We suggested the LevelPro 100 Series level meter paired with a FloCat STE-DISP enclosure/display to create a mobile level monitoring solution. The LevelPro 100 is designed for continuous level measurement for aggressive liquid media and is offered with multiple plastic body options with the customer ultimately electing to go with PVC due to the lower cost.