Submersible level transducer

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KPSI® 745 submersible hydrostatic level transducer

The new KPSI® 745 submersible hydrostatic level transducer is specifically designed with a 3.5" OD, allowing installation into 4" pipes to provide precision depth measurement under rigorous environments encountered in slurry or highly-viscous applications. The transducer can be ordered with level ranges of up to 115' (35 m), custom polyurethane or ETFE cable lengths, as well as optional lifetime lightning protection. A protective cage option is also available to shield the elastomeric diaphragm from impact with suspended solid materials.

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