Laser Level Transmitter

Model: LL-100

The LL-100 laser level measurement sensor is used for level control, plugged chute detection, and monitoring buildup. This non-contact device can be used in bulk solids, pellets, or granular materials of all material dielectrics. It measures up to 160 feet with a tight 1° beam, making it especially suitable for use in very narrow vessels or constrained spaces. The LL-100 is highly accurate up to +/- 1 inch and is resistant to reliability issues caused by surface angle, slope, texture, granularity, or material color. This laser technology is unaffected by heavy vapors and pressure making it very versatile across a wide variety of industries and materials.

  • Level control, plugged chute detection, and monitoring buildup in low dust environments
  • Measuring levels in narrow tanks containing bulk solids, pellets, or granular materials
  • Opaque liquids in applications where the beam must be precisely targeted to avoid walls or structure
  • Minerals, mining, aggregate storage, and in crushers
  • Plastics, chemicals, and fertilizers with low or no dust
  • Grain storage and food processing
  • Pulp, paper, wood pellet, and biomass operations
  • Adjustable mounting flange flexible up to 10 degrees
  • Narrow beam can be directed to the output or bottom of the silo
  • Easily configured in the field using a USB port
  • Configuration can be performed without filling or emptying the silo
  • Integrated dust protection for minimal maintenance
  • Air purge option to keep lenses free of dust for reliable performance

Range: 1 ft. to 160 ft. (.3m to 50m)

Resolution: 10mm

Accuracy: 1 standard deviation = 1 inch (2,5 cm)

Update Rate: 8 readings per second

Output: 4-20 mA NAMUR

Filling Rate: 0,01 to 100m/min

Power Supply: 24 VDC nominal (12-28 VDC)

Communication: USB 115200 baud 8-N-1

Operating Temperature: -4°F to 160°F (-20°C to 50°C)

Electrical Connection: M16 x 1,5

Enclosure Rating: IP66

Air Purge: 1/8” BSP option

Housing Material: Anodized aluminum

Lens Material: Impact-resistant acrylic

Beam Divergence to half power points: <1°

Laser Safety Classification: Class 1M

Caution: Do not view laser directly with optical instruments.