Ultrasonic Level Transmitter Goes Wet And A Little Dry

Ultrasonic Level Transmitter Goes Wet And A Little Dry
Kobold Instruments Inc.

The NEO is described as a full-featured level sensing system suitable for monitoring levels of liquids and some dry bulk materials. It employs an internal microprocessor that uses a form of artificial intelligence to help the transmitter distinguish between real echoes, reflections and just plain old background noise. At the same time, the sensor constantly adapts to changes in conditions. In air environments, it adjusts for temperature variations through use of an internal thermal sensor and compensating table. A built-in relay may be used to control tank fill/empty operations, as an alarm for level detection, or for fault detection. Span, setpoint limits and all necessary information is stored digitally in the non-volatile memory. The NEO is easy to program via an onboard touch-pad. All process parameters can be easily entered into the system at the installation site. A datasheet is available at http://koboldusa.com/sites/default/files/product_files/Ultrasonic-level-transmitter-NEO-KOBOLD.pdf

KOBOLD Instruments Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA
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Company: Kobold Instruments Inc.
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