APG MNU Series Ultrasonic Water Level Sensors

APG MNU ultrasonic water level sensors are rugged units, with a PC/PBT housing, 2” NPT threads for mounting, and a NEMA 6P rating to protect against ingress of dripping, sprayed, and submersing water.

Features

  • Short-range and long-range sensors with 2" NPT female mounting threads
  • RS-485 Modbus RTU output for integration with X2 and iSIC V2 data loggers
  • NEMA 6P waterproof rating for outdoor applications
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APG MNU Series Ultrasonic Water Level SensorsMNU-5424-C35 MNU-5424 ultrasonic water level sensor with 0.3 to 6.6 ft. range & 2" NPT mounting, 35 ft. cable
$584.00
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APG MNU Series Ultrasonic Water Level Sensors MNU-8424-C35 MNU-8424 ultrasonic water level sensor with 0.4 to 12 ft. range & 2" NPT mounting, 35 ft. cable
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APG MNU Series Ultrasonic Water Level Sensors MNU-2424-C35 MNU-2424 ultrasonic water level sensor with 1 to 25 ft. range & 2" NPT mounting, 35 ft. cable
$584.00
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APG MNU Series Ultrasonic Water Level Sensors
MNU-5424-C35
MNU-5424 ultrasonic water level sensor with 0.3 to 6.6 ft. range & 2" NPT mounting, 35 ft. cable
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$584.00
APG MNU Series Ultrasonic Water Level Sensors
MNU-8424-C35
MNU-8424 ultrasonic water level sensor with 0.4 to 12 ft. range & 2" NPT mounting, 35 ft. cable
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$584.00
APG MNU Series Ultrasonic Water Level Sensors
MNU-2424-C35
MNU-2424 ultrasonic water level sensor with 1 to 25 ft. range & 2" NPT mounting, 35 ft. cable
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$584.00
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APG RST-6001 USB to RS-485 Interface Module 125734 RST-6001 USB to RS-485 interface module, includes software
$155.40
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APG RST-6001 USB to RS-485 Interface Module
125734
RST-6001 USB to RS-485 interface module, includes software
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$155.40
APG MNU ultrasonic water level sensors are rugged units, with a PC/PBT housing, 2” NPT threads for mounting, and a NEMA 6P rating to protect against ingress of dripping, sprayed, and submersing water. All MNU sensors are fully programmable via RS-485 Modbus communications with APG Modbus software and an APG RST-6001 unit. The MNU sensors are fully compatible with NexSens X2 and iSIC V2 data loggers for real-time water level monitoring.
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