Submersible Pressure Sensors

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  • Core Sensors
  • OEM submersible pressure transducer
  • Liquid level measurement applications
  • Removable nose cone

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  • Motion Control
  • Motion Control
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  • Core Sensors
  • Slim submersible pressure transducer
  • Liquid level measurement applications in confined spaces
  • Reverse polarity and emi protection
  • Slim design – maximum diameter of 0.63″
  • Nose cone process connection

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  • Motion Control
  • Motion Control
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  • Core Sensors
  • Intrinsically safe submersible pressure transducer
  • Liquid level measurement applications in Intrinsically safe areas
  • Various CSA and ABS approvals
  • Removable nose cone for threaded installation

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  • Motion Control
  • Motion Control
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  • Cynergy3
  • Submersible tank gauging level transmitters
  • Piezo-resistive sensor
  • Excellent stability,repeatability and resolution
  • Suitable for continuous submersion in the liquid – ideal for use with water, oils and fuels (refer to the Chemical Compatibility sheet in the technical library

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  • Rhopoint Energy
  • Rhopoint Energy
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Submersible Pressure Sensors

Submersible pressure sensors/transducers, also known as hydrostatic level sensors, measure liquid level by converting the pressure of a liquid based on its height above the sensor and its density into a linear output signal.

This type of sensor can be a cost-effective solution for monitoring liquid levels in various applications as well as for measurements inside tanks that are vented to the atmosphere such as diesel fuel tanks.

Submersible pressure sensors are available with intrinsically safe ratings making them suitable for applications that are considered hazardous locations.