Fluid level sensor probes new depths

Crydom Magnetics has combined a reed-switch-based fluid level sensor with a robust stainless-steel housing to create a deep-level probe sensor suitable for boreholes and deep wells with restricted space or access. The new SLP4 submersible level probe offers an economical alternative to traditional pressure-based transducers, used for fluid level detection.
Easy to install, the SLP4 is suspended into a hole or tank by its cable – supplied in 15 or 25m lengths as standard. A mass of 0.5kg ensures that the probe remains balanced and in position, even if the fluid is turbulent. An internal 25VA reed switch and magnetic float assembly detects the level of fluid at the suspended point and is configured by the user to give a “make on fluid rise” or “break on fluid rise” function. The single switching position is simply varied by raising or lowering the device in the fluid. Featuring a perforated protective shield around the float switch, physical damage is prevented and the device is able to operate freely in the fluid.

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