LIGO – RS232 FUEL LEVEL SENSOR
LIGO-RS232 probe length: (700mm-6000mm)
Fuel level sensor LIGO-SERIES is designed to be used for measuring fuel a different application, in the specific conditions of each device are achieved with precision ≤1% tolerance. Currently on the market there is some type of sensor used to measure the fuel level using various technologies, such as technology reed switches, ultrasonic technology , capacitive technology. The capacitive sensor technology known as the most popular technology in this field.
- Measurement accuracy up to 99.5%.
- Length Reduction up to 80 % of the initial length of the measuring probe.
- 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.
WIDE RANGE WORKING TEMPERATURE FROM -40°C – +85°C.
CIRCUIT PROTECTION MODE
|DC input voltage, V||9-37|
|Standard length (L),mm||700, 1000, 1500…up to 6000 mm|
At short circuit on analog output, maximum
|Measuring period, s||1|
|Output interface for measured values||RS-232, RS-485|
|Message interval, s||1…60|
|Averaging time, s||from 0…120|
|Measuring error, %||±0,5|
|Baud rate, bit/sec||2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200|
|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|
- Trucks, containers, excavators, bulldozers, or trains …
- Boats, barges.
- Oil tanks, industrial fuel tanks.
- Factory, industrial zone.
- The fuel tanks in the machine in agriculture, transport and marine …
- 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 …