LIGO FUEL LEVEL SENSOR

Key Features

  • Measurement accuracy up to 99.5%.
  • Automatic recognization of new length after cutting feature (this feature can be enable or disable by software on PC).
  • Wide range working temperature from -40°C – +85°C.
  •  Screen filter is mounted on the measuring probe tubes to protect measuring probe electrodes from mud and water.
  • IP67 waterproof.
  • Advanced filter algorithm and temperature compensation.
  • Configuration,update firmware through software on PC .
  • Easily to installing and sealling.

 

 

LIGO SP – AF FUEL LEVEL SENSOR

LIGO SP – AF probe length: (700 – 6000mm)

Key Features

  • Measurement accuracy up to 99.5%.
  • Automatic recognization of new length after cutting feature (this feature can be enable or disable by software on PC).
  • Wide range working temperature from -40°C – +85°C.
  •  Screen filter is mounted on the measuring probe tubes to protect measuring probe electrodes from mud and water.
  • IP67 waterproof.
  • Advanced filter algorithm and temperature compensation.
  • Configuration,update firmware through software on PC .
  • Easily to installing and sealling.

SPECIFICATIONS:

Parameter Value
DC input voltage, V 9-37
Standard length  (L),mm 700, 1000, 1500…up to 6000 mm
Power consumption(W)Typical

Maximal

At short circuit on analog output, maximum

0.24

0.4

1.6

Measuring period, s 1
Output interface for measured values Analog (1..10V) or Frequency (500…2000Hz)
Message interval, s 1…60 (RS232 or RS485)
Averaging time, s from 0…120
Measuring error, % ±0,5
Baud rate, bit/sec 9600
Input current, mA Max 20
Working temperature, °C -45 to 105
Ingress protection rating, IP IP67
DAC resolution, bit 12
Working principle (Capacitive Sensor)
Average service life, years 8

 

DISCLAIMER:

 Do not expose the meter to direct contact with water.

 Do not use the sensor with explosive solvents such as gasoline, alcohol, gas… manufacturers will not be responsible for compensation in the event of fire.

 Sensors should be installed away from corrosive chemicals such as salts, alkalis, acids …