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The Level Mate III transmitter from AMETEK indicates liquid level by continuously measuring hydrostatic pressure through the transmitter's nose-mounted sensing element. The device operates in depths from 3 ft. to 690 ft. (211 m) and at pressures up to 300 psi, depending on choice of sensor. The meter on the transmitter provides excitation voltage, displays data from the transmitter and relays an analog signal for remote recording, alarm or control functions. The easy-to-read, two-line digital display gives local indication, while an isolated 4-20 mA analog output can interface with an ancillary display, recording or control devices. Two standard relays are provided for pump control or alarm activation with 0-100% deadband setting capability on each.

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