Fuel level sensor FST700-2000
for oilcapacitiveRS232

fuel level sensor
fuel level sensor
fuel level sensor
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Characteristics

Medium
for fuel, for oil
Technology
capacitive
Output signal
RS232, RS485, mA, Vdc
Applications
for aircraft
Domain
for the aerospace industry
Level range

Max.: 1,000 mm (39.37 in)

Min.: 300 mm (11.81 in)

Temperature range

Max.: 105 °C (221 °F)

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Description

Product features: The site can be cut off to adapt to the height of the fuel tank; the installation and commissioning process is simple, and the zero point and full-scale calibration can be performed on site; the sensor output curve is optimized to simplify the difficulty of acquisition and processing; strong anti-interference, polarity protection; current, voltage, MODBUS (RS485/ RS232) and many other signal output methods are optional. Applications:Industrial process liquid level measurement and control, automobile fuel tanks, tank trucks, oil depot oil level measurement, and other non-conductive liquid measurement and control. FST700-2000 capacitive level sensor is used for continuous testing of diesel,kerosene,Gasoline,hydraulic oil,biodiesel and other non-conductive liquid level and is a customized sensor for the railway Locomotives,car fuel tanks,tank trucks,oil depots and other oil level measurement to test the liquid level. Features】 ● High accuracy, good stability ● Easy to install ● Optimize the sensor output curve to simplify the acquisition processing difficulty ● Reverse polarity protection wiring design Scope of application】 ● Industrial process level measurement and control ● Automotive fuel tanks, tank trucks, oil depot oil level measurement ● Other non-conductive liquid measurement

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