Level controller

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Level controller

The new Greyline DLT 2.0 can measure both differential level at a barscreen, plus open channel flow through a flume. It works with two non-contacting ultrasonic sensors. One sensor is installed upstream from the barscreen and a second sensor downstream for differential level control. Or operators can install the second sensor in a flume to control and transmit differential level control plus flow. The controller includes relays for barscreen rake and level control as well as three, 4-20mA outputs (upstream level, differential level, downstream level or flow). The large backlit LCD display shows level, differential level, flow and total flow. Intrinsically safe sensors and data logger are optional.

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