Coolant sensor

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The durable CAP-300 Series coolant level sensor from Gems Sensors & Controls was designed to perform over long periods of time in challenging environments and under rugged coolant applications. Suitable for off-highway vehicles, locomotives, and generator sets, the CAP-300 operates in a frequency range that minimizes the effects of the conductivity of the media to ensure long-term performance, while a sealed design prevents fluid intrusion. The compact 2-in (51-mm) sensor requires little maintenance, tolerates coating, and will remain reliable in standby mode. Compatible with temperatures up to 257°F (125°C), the RoHS-compliant, capacitive-based CAP-300 is available with various mounting types and electrical connections, is easy to install, and can handle a supply voltage from 9 to 32 V dc.

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