Level management

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LMS II level

The new and improved LMS II level management system from Metropolitan is a pre-programmed level controller with a color touch screen operator interface. The system allows users to seamlessly alter pump options, transducer options and more, providing access to basic SCADA features at a cost-effective price. The LMS II is a menu-configurable, constant speed, pump down level controller, allowing for the control of one to three pumps, with optional pre-programmed configurations for single/dual level transducers, 0-20 mA flow meter input, and a completely redundant float backup controller. Seal fails and thermal inputs are also available standard.

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