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‘Slimline’ water level transmitters and data loggers suit space-limited applications

Posted: Wednesday 3rd October 2007

At just 16mm in diameter, KELLER’s new ‘Stretto’ range of submersible water level transmitters and data loggers are suitable for down-pipe / borehole deployment in applications where space is at a premium.

The DCX-16 stand-alone water level data-logger is a battery powered instrument available with measuring ranges from 0-10mWG to 0-100mWg.

Battery powered, the DCX-16 can be configured to log both pressure and temperature over long deployment periods whilst having data recording intervals as short as just one second.

Automatic barometric pressure compensation can be provided as is the option to both configure and readout the unit locally or remotely via GSM transmission.

Constructed from 316L stainless steel, the digitally compensated DCX-16 has a high measurement accuracy of +/-0.1%FS over an operating temperature range of -10 to 40 deg C.

As the sister product to the DCX-16 data logger, KELLER’s series 36 XS programmable water level transmitter is again in a package of just 16mm in diameter. With its accuracy enhanced by digital compensation techniques, this depth sensor provides both 4-20mA analogue and RS485 digital outputs signals as standard.

Available in a series of standard pressure ranges up to 100mWG, the series 36 XS has a maximum measurement uncertainty of just +/-0.2%FS over its entire operating temperature range of 0 to 50 deg C.

The 4-20mA analogue output signal of the transmitter can be easily reprogrammed by laptop / PDA in the field to a new pressure value, thereby reducing inventory levels and shortening product-to-project turnaround time.

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