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Liquid Level Transmitters

KING-GAGE® TeleSensor detects level by sensing hydrostatic pressure created by liquid depth. Acting on the force balance principle, a sensitive diaphragm is exposed to the liquid contents of the tank. Compressed air within the sensor creates a pneumatic pressure that balances the force of the liquid acting against the diaphragm. This diaphragm unit is generally paired with the 868 D/P Sensor Control with integral transmitter. This converts the pneumatic isolation pressure to a proportional 4-20 mAdc signal suitable for process control or remote level indication.

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LP2 SP Multiple Tank Indicator/Setpoint Controller

LP2 SP indicators provide continuous measurement of liquid inventory in storage or processing tanks. Calculating level on the basis of hydrostatic pressure created by liquid depth, the system measures total product mass for more precise material accounting. A full numeric keypad and function keys support various user selections, including direct entry of control setpoints (high or low level) for each tank. The two line alphanumeric LCD readout shows tank level, readout unit (user selective), tank name and specific gravity in the normal display mode.

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LP3 Tank Level Measurement System

A complete integration solution, KING-GAGE® LP3 system unifies data acquisition, HMI display terminals, and networking flexibility for fluid processing operations. Addressing multiple tanks requiring level measurement and inventory monitoring, this system reduces I/O overhead at a PLC or other process control device.

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LP2 Single Tank Level Indicator

LP2 Model 4640 indicators provide continuous measurement of liquid inventory in storage or processing tanks. The LP2 indicator expresses output directly in engineering units. A factory programmed capacity profile (Datapack iButton) correlates transmitter output to actual tank geometry. The indicator then displays the resulting value directly as total weight or volume of liquid in the tank.

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