Our range of products include industrial pressure transmitters and submersible pressure transmitters.
Industrial Pressure Transmitters
Get Best Quote
Approx. Price: Rs 25,000 / PieceGet Latest Price
Country of Origin
Made in India
4 to 20 mA
The CPS Series submersible liquid level sensors are approved to Class I Div 1, Groups C and D for use in intrinsically safe areas with an approved barrier. It is also certified for ATEX / IECEx/CCOE Class I Zone 0 Exia IIC T4 Ga (Ta = -40 DegreeC to +80 DegreeC). For pressure ranges from 0-1 to 0-100 PSI that requires a wide range of media compatibility, the submersible series is an excellent solution to level monitoring for indoor and outdoor applications. The CPS level sensors are completely sealed for submersion, yet vented through the cable to correct for barometric pressure changes. The welded housing is tested in-house via a helium leak tester to ensure proper protection.
In this configuration, the sensor continuously monitors the tank level through a threaded connection outside the tank, yet remains fully submersible for applications with flood-prone environments or severe wash-down conditions.
Submersible Level Transmitter measures static pressure of the liquid proportional to the level depth using highperformance piezoresistive silicon chip as the measuring element. The result is converted to standard current or voltagesignal output through signal conditioning circuit, establishing the linear corresponding relation between the output signaland liquid depth to complete the measurement of the liquid depth. The product has advantages of high precision andsmall volume. Submerse it directly into liquid, the height between the end of the transmitter to the liquid level ismeasured easily. The product has passed long-term aging and stability screening with stable and reliable performanceand can be used in harsh outdoor environment. It is applicable to the measurement and control of the liquid level in thepetroleum, chemical industry, power plant, urban water supply and hydrological exploration fields.