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Submersible IP68 Ultrasonic Level Switch

Ultrasonic Level Sensors


Item# LVU-153-R

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Ultrasonic Level Sensors LVU-153-R LVU-153-R
  • Not Sensitive to Changes In Viscosity, Density, or Conductivity
  • 1 A SPST Relay Standard
  • Resists Vapor and Turbulence
  • NEMA 6 (IP68) Submersible Sensor and Cable

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OMEGA’s ultrasonic sensors deliver accurate and reliable liquid level detection with an SPST mechanical relay output. The technology provides a high level of ultrasonic sensitivity, including resistance to vapor and turbulence. The ultrasonic sensor utilizes a fork-shaped sensor which contains two piezoelectric crystals, one of which acts as the ultrasonic transmitter, and the other as a receiver. If the air gap between the points of the fork fills with liquid, the sonic wave passes from one crystal to the other.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Would last longer with a better wire. Works just as expected. We use it in a leg washer, and have bought the same sensor every year for 4 years. Only gripe is that the sensor inevitably fails because of weak wiring/connection point
Date published: 2022-08-28
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Reading literature about the relationship between ultrasonic sensors and viscosity. It is possible to directly correlate the reflection coefficient to the shear viscosity. Would these sensors be possible to do that?

Asked by: PatrickOnusko
In regard to your inquiry, unfortunately, no, it is not possible to directly correlate the two. Our Tech Support engineer has connected with you to see what liquid you wish to measure via an ultrasonic flow meter, to further advise. Thank you.
Answered by: Jane
Date published: 2019-06-13
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