Sunday, October 20th, 2019

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Level Sensors
AYSIX LTX40 CAPACITANCE LEVEL PROBE

The Aysix series LTX40 cable capacitance level transmitter is designed to measure liquids in high metalic tanks or when top side access is limited.


Level Sensors
CONTINUOUS CAPACITANCE LEVEL TRANSMITTER 4-20mA LOOP POWERED

Aysix LTX01 series 2-wire level transmitters are highly reliable microprocessor based sensors designed to measure tank levels of liquids and certain dry bulk media in metal tanks. LTX01 sensors measure the change in capacitance that occurs as the tank level changes and outputs a standard loop-powered 4-20mA signal. After calibration any change in level is recognized and converted to an analog 4-20mA signal. LTX01 sensors use very high frequency and very low amplitude sensing circuitry to greatly minimize the effects of coating on the sensing probe


Level Sensors
HEAVY DUTY CONCENTRIC TUBE TYPE CONTINUOUS CAPACITANCE LEVEL TRANSMITTER 4-20mA LOOP POWERED

AYSIX LTX02 series 2-wire level transmitters are esentially LTX01 transmitters assembled with a concetric tube. As such LTX02 sensors can measure tank levels of liquids in metalic as well as non-metalic tanks. All other performance specifications are indentical to LTX01 sensors.


Level Sensors
DUAL PROBE CONTINUOUS CAPACITANCE LEVEL TRANSMITTER 4-20mA LOOP POWERED

The AYSIX series LTX15 dual-probe level sensors are primarily designed for continous level measurement of corrosive liquids in metalic or non-metalic reservoirs. The selection of corrosion-resistant materials used for the probe and process connection ensures that LTX15 can withstand extremely corrosive media. This sensor is ideal for swimming pools, water treatment plants, petro-chemical, pharmaceutical and many other commercial and industrial applications. LTX15 is low cost and intended for OEM’s.


Level Sensors
CAPACITANCE DIESEL FUEL AND OIL LEVEL SENSOR

The AYSIX LTX20 series fuel capacitance level transmitter is designed to measure level of fuels and oils in metalic and non-metalic tanks. The probe measures level by measuring the change in capacitance as level changes in the tank. The micro- processor based electronics converts this capacitance change into a linear, highly accurate 4-20 mA signal.