CSB-01-02 Ultrasonic Tank Level Sensor can measures variety of liquids level & solids distance by using "non-contact" and ultrasonic technology
In this device, the ultrasonic sensor is embedded in the control box and must be installed at the top of the tank for measurement
This device can transfer information through various communication methods to the server, and you can see the monitoring of information on the server or app.
Features and Benefits
-Easy to Install and Configure
-Designed for years of trouble free operation in harsh outdoor environments
-Designed for accuracy & durability in height, distance level measurement
-Various ranges to 8 Meters
-Low Power Supply
±0.5 mm~1 mm
3mm or 0.1%
Satisfy EN55011:2016 Radiation Test Standard
Horizontal:1.7° （Typical Value）；Vertical Direction：12°~29° （Typical Value）
transducer IP 66
According to the range and transducer select
1. How do ultrasonic level sensors work?
An ultrasonic sound pulse is pulsed periodically from the base of the transducer. The pulse travels through air, reflects against the process medium below and returns to the transducer. The sensor measures the pulse time of flight between sound generation and receipt, and translated this into distance or liquid level height within the vessel.
2. What are the advantages of ultrasonic level sensors?
Many application liquids have challenging characteristics that negatively impact contact type sensor performance, maintenance and/or replacement costs. Examples include corrosive, coating, scaling, viscous and dirty liquids. Ultrasonic sensors are non-contact, and therefore impervious to these characteristic.
3. What should I avoid with ultrasonic level sensors?
The application variables to avoid with ultrasonic are extreme foam, vapor, turbulence or installation in tall fittings with narrow risers. Foam, vapor and turbulence can absorb and/or deflect away a substantial portion of the return signal. Tall riser fittings can disrupt the acoustic signal path. Appropriate product selection and installation is important.