Ultrasonic sensors provide continuous, non-contact level measurement in bins, tanks, and silos or can detect material on conveyors. They emit sound above the human hearing range to detect echoes off a material surface and convert it to a distance using “time of flight.” They offer built-in temperature compensation and self-cleaning operation in liquids up to 90 feet and solids up to 40 feet.
This continuous, non-contact level sensor is designed to perform particularly well in harsh environments where vessel temperatures vary.
The loop-powered LPU-2127 is a non-contact, ultrasonic sensor used for measuring liquids in tanks up to 25 feet tall.
The MNU ultrasonic sensor - offered in ranges up to 40 feet - is designed for liquid level monitoring in locations that do not require hazardous location approvals.
The IRU-2420 is a versatile ultrasonic level sensor with a measuring range of one foot to 25 feet.
The IRU-3430 ultrasonic sensor features a large and powerful transducer with a sensing range from 1.5 feet up to 50 feet.
The IRU-5000 is a short range ultrasonic sensor for small tanks and totes.
The MND is a local Modbus display capable of providing display functions to remote Internet-connected sensors or acting as the Modbus master in an exclusively local application.
This display module can be used with level sensors to enable convenient reading of up to five bins at a single location.
Compatible with an array of BinMaster and other Modbus sensors, the web-based BinView application allows for easy remote inventory monitoring of multiple vessels at multiple locations.