Gems Debut New Level Transmitter for Shallow Tank Applications

SeaDiscovery.com
Friday, May 31, 2013
Photo: GEMS Sensors & Controls

The XM/XT-300 and XM/XT-700, from Gems Sensors & Controls, are ideal level sensors for applications in shallow tanks where space is at a premium or tighter resolution is a must, such as OHV, HVAC, printing and medical industries, the manufacturer said. As a provider in level and pressure sensors for off-highway vehicles, locomotives and generator sets, Gems Sensors & Controls has expanded their product offering with the launch of this innovative compact size continuous level transmitter.

“These new products are essentially the blending of two level stalwarts for Gems, the LS-300/700 point level switch and XM-800 continuous level transmitter,” said Tim Kelley, Product Sales Manager for Gems Sensors & Controls. “By taking the best of both worlds, we now can offer our OEM customers a compact sized, continuous level transmitter option.”

The XM/XT 700 series combines the durability of metal with a compact design for restricted spaces. According to Gems, these compact units feature the rugged durability of stainless steel or brass construction in a lightweight package. This level transmitter is ideal for tanks less than two feet (60 centimeters) and is exceptionally versatile for a broad range of applications.

Gems said the XM/XT-300 Series transmitters are the ideal level sensor for shallow tanks and reservoirs. This line of small, polysulfone liquid level sensors is designed for the high quantity needs of the OEM. Compact and versatile, these plastic level sensors offer a broad choice of mountings and float materials. Gems engineering and sales staff also offers customized solutions for applications not satisfied by the standard transmitters.

www.gemssensors.com

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