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    Cynergy3 Level Sensors

    For highly accurate level sensing choose from the broad range of Cynergy3 Level Sensors at RS today.

    Level Sensors are devices which are used to detect the level of liquids (as well as free-flowing media such as powdered/granular solids) in a container. They are typically used in fluid control systems to monitor the position, level, and displacement of substances. There are contact and non-contact options with different types including: optical, microwave, conductive, vibrating, capacitive, and ultrasonic.

    The ILLS series by Cynergy3 allows submersible mounting for greater control and measurement of liquids and uses piezo-resistive silicon sensing technology inside hard-wearing stainless-steel housing. This series has a pressure range of 1mWG to 10mWG.

    The ILSE series offers externally mounted hydrostatic level transmitters and various internal O ring seals to suit your needs. These units incorporate a microprocessor-based amplifier which ensures stable electronics to accommodate high vibration environments.

    The OLS range of optical liquid level sensors use an infra-red LED and phototransistor and provide single point liquid level detection. They ensure excellent reliability at an affordable price and are also resistant to false triggering caused by foaming.

    Where are Cynergy3 Level Sensors used?

    Cynergy3 Level Sensors can be used in many industries such as chemical processing, oil and gas, food and beverage, marine and nuclear facilities. They are especially helpful for preventing overfill, which can cause hazardous situations.

    Part of the Sensata family, Cynergy3 are experts at developing and manufacturing innovative sensor solutions. Their products are designed with superior quality and durability in mind and are tested to high standards, with approvals such as NSF, UL, WRAS and ATEX. They offer a large range of sensing technology devices and distribute worldwide, so you can be sure to find a perfect solution for your installation.

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