Liquid level sender

  • 15-Jun-2010 02:39 EDT
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T/LL171 series liquid level senders from Fozmula were designed for use in hot environments and offer improved reliability, flexibility, and longevity. Based on the company's capacitance switches with reprogrammed switch software, the basic on/off operation is replaced with a continuous output of the tank contents level. The output signal offers an industry standard 4 to 20 mA, with 1 to 5 V optional. Available in various thread sizes, the sensor’s footprint minimizes weight and mitigates the risk of accidental damage. The sender is suitable for all engine fluids in fuel tanks, engine oil sumps, and coolant reservoirs and offers a liquid depth operating range from 90 to 500 mm (3.5 to 20 in). Senders feature an automotive Packard-style connector and are capable of operating in environments up to 125°C (257°F).

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