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Laser Technology TruSense S300 Laser Water Level Sensor

Laser Technology TruSense S300 Laser Water Level Sensor

Description

The TruSense S300 laser sensor is designed to directly measure fluids that are highly reflective, turbulent and with any dielectric properties.

Features

  • Instantaneous measurements that are very accurate, even over long ranges
  • Sensor can be shot through protective screens and near flat walls
  • Installs at the top of a well for easy mounting, access and maintenance
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After years of research and development, LTI has engineered the ultimate non-contact fluid level measurement laser sensor specifically designed to directly measure fluids that are highly reflective and turbulent regardless of their dielectric properties. Consisting of the S300, S310 and S330, this laser sensor series is capable of generating accurate measurements on highly reflective surfaces, such as clear water. Data collection in fluid level measurement is now consistent and accurate as these sensors smooth out the reflective peaks and valleys caused by fluids in random motion.

Used in applications such as Water and Wastewater, Chemicals Processing, and Food and Beverage, the S300 sensors can also be easily integrated with existing systems. Attach the optional diffuser lens to obtain accurate measurements with clear and turbulent liquids. The S300 series of laser sensors are up to the challenge and ready to provide accurate and repeatable results in the world of fluid level measurement.

What's Included:
  • (1) S300 laser water level sensor
  • (1) Field installation cable with bare wires
  • (1) Interface software CD
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Laser Technology TruSense S300 Laser Water Level Sensor 7006800 TruSense S300 laser water level sensor, RS-232 output
$1395.00
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Laser Technology TruSense S300 Laser Water Level Sensor 7006805 TruSense S310 laser water level sensor with visible alignment laser, RS-232 output
$1495.00
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Laser Technology TruSense S300 Laser Water Level Sensor 7006815 TruSense S330 laser water level sensor with visible alignment laser, RS-232 & 4-20mA output
$1495.00
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Laser Technology TruSense S200 Power/Comm Cable 7054671 TruSense S200 power/comm cable for sensor configuration
$129.00
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Laser Technology TruSense Mounting Plate 7035137 TruSense mounting plate
$195.00
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Laser Technology TruSense Mounting Bracket 3004959 TruSense mounting bracket
$94.00
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Laser Technology TruSense Sun Shade 1134749 TruSense sun shade
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Laser Technology TruSense Ruggedized Enclosure 7024897 TruSense ruggedized enclosure
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