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Global Water WL705 Ultrasonic Water Level Sensors

Global Water WL705 Ultrasonic Water Level Sensors

Description

The WL705 Ultrasonic Water Level Sensor uses the latest ultrasonic distance measuring technology for accurate non-contact water level monitoring.

Features

  • Great for flumes, weirs, wastewater, open channel flow, and more
  • Rugged transducer in a stainless steel sealed housing
  • Easy installation with built-in threaded housings
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The WL705 Ultrasonic Water Level Sensor uses the latest ultrasonic distance measuring technology for accurate non-contact water level monitoring. The sensor contains a rugged transducer in a stainless steel sealed housing for long life and provides an industry-standard 4-20mA output. There are three ranges available including 3, 12, and 48 ft to meet a wide variety of applications including flumes, weirs, tanks, streams, rivers, and lakes.

Installation is simple and requires no programming or calibration. The sensor comes with a 6 ft cable for interface to PLC's, SCADA systems, and data loggers using the 3-wire 4-20 mA output. The WL705 Ultrasonic Water Level Sensor is also compatible with the Global Water FC220 Open Channel Flow Monitor for water level display and control.
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Global Water WL705 Ultrasonic Water Level Sensors AQS003 WL705 ultrasonic water level sensor with 6 ft. cable, 3 ft. range
$774.25
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Global Water WL705 Ultrasonic Water Level Sensors AQS012 WL705 ultrasonic water level sensor with 6 ft. cable, 12 ft. range
$774.25
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Global Water WL705 Ultrasonic Water Level Sensors AQS048 WL705 ultrasonic water level sensor with 6 ft. cable, 48 ft. range
$1132.40
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Global Water 01-842 Extra sensor cable, priced per foot
$1.90
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What is the purpose of having 3 different ranges available?
The three different ranges (3ft, 12 ft and 48ft) allow the sensor to meet a wide variety of applications. The 3ft range sensor is ideal for measuring flow in small flumes and weirs. The 12ft and 48ft ranges are best for measuring river, lake and tank levels and for measuring open channel flow in larger flumes.
Does the range affect the accuracy?
Yes. The accuracy of the WL705 ultrasonic water level sensor is within 0.5% of its range. The shortest range sensor will be the most accurate.

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