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Enhanced Gems electro-optic level sensors from Control Components

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Gems Sensors & Controls a global leader in liquid level, pressure, and flow sensors, valves, and fluidic systems, introduces the new solid state Electro-Optic Level Switch for high temperature and high-pressure applications.

The Enhanced ELS-1150 series from Gems Sensors offers a high performing electro-optic level switch for difficult customer applications. At only 35mm long, the ELS-1150 is upgraded with a micro processor board design to provide a wide range of capabilities including sinking and sourcing and time delay outputs. The strong fused glass prism eliminates leak potential and is capable of handling extreme temperature and pressure applications up to 172 bar ( 2500 psi ).

The enhancement of the ELS-1150 has a fused glass prism, the ELS-1150 is an affordable, leak proof solution for OEMs demanding a small, solid-state level sensor that is durable enough to handle corrosive liquids at any temperature or pressure range.

The ELS-1150 series is available in versions with wide voltage ranges and temperature ranges up to 125ºC (ELS-1150XP). Built with solid-state reliability, the level sensor is available at an affordable price in Nickel-Plated Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel.

The compact size of the level sensors makes them ideal candidates for monitoring the small, pressurized vessels found in HVAC, refrigeration and hydraulic applications and are most commonly used for low, high and intermediate level detection. The stainless steel version (ELS-1150SS) is excellent for application requiring corrosion resistance and is ideal for acids, solvents and dielectric water as well as numerous applications within Medical and Petroleum applications. They are available from Control Components .

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