Gems Debuts New Coolant Level Sensor

MaritimeEquipment.com
Thursday, June 27, 2013
Photo: Gems Sensors & Controls

The new CAP-300 Series Coolant Level Sensor, from Gems Sensors & Controls, is a point level sensor that the manufacturer said is designed to perform over long periods of time under the most rugged coolant applications. As a provider of level and pressure sensors for off-highway vehicles, locomotives and generator sets, Gems has expanded their product offering with the launch of this level sensor.

The CAP-300 will require nearly zero maintenance; is small in size (two inches in length), tolerates coating and will remain reliable even in the standby mode. Compatible with temperatures up to 257°F (125°C) the capacitive based sensor is suited for the most challenging environments. Available with a variety of mounting types and electrical connections, is easy to install and can handle a supply voltage from 9 to 32VDC. The CAP-300 currently has multiple approvals including CE, IP67, RoHS and IP6K9K.

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