Process: Non-contact level controller, ultrasonic
Non-contact level controller serves in continuous and switching applications. While increasing productivity and lowering operational costs, the ultrasonic controller and transmitter focuses on process, control, and chemical feed applications.<br/>
Stamford, CT – The Omega Engineering LVCN414 Series non-contact level controller
LVCN414 Series non-contact level controller
acts as a replacement for continuous and switching applications.
Omega Engineering LVCN414 Series non-contact level controller serves as a replacement for continuous and switching applications.
While increasing productivity and lowering operational costs, the ultrasonic controller and transmitter focuses on process, control, and chemical feed applications.
It allows flexibility in applications for system integration or retrofit of floats conductance and pressure sensors.
The 4-20 mA output can drive a local display or PLC to monitor process level or control automation applications.
LVCN414, configured through a USB connection and a Microsoft Windows XP-compatible software calibration kit, is easy to set up.
The CE-compliant controller is used with water, waste water, chemical tanks, and fuel tanks in the chemical, automotive, water, and petroleum industries.
Prices start at $350.
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