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IP68 protect pressure sensor for monitoring fresh water level to depths of 100 metres. This stainless steel drinking water compatible level sensor has been assesed and certified by the Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) for compliance with the UK water regulations. The materials and fittings used in the mechanical construction of the IWSL water level sensor meet the standards required by the water supply byelaws of England, Wales and Scotland.
Hydrostatic Level Ranges: 0-1 up to 0-100 mH2O gauge, 0-2 up to 0-10 bar absolute
Accuracy: 0.1% or 0.06% full scale BSL linearity (11-12 bit resolution)
Output Signal: 4-20 mA current loop output, voltage output or mV/V
Electrical Connection: WRAS certified IP68 seal and Polyurethane coated cable
Pressure Connection: 1/4 BSP male with protective nose cone
Media Compatibility: WRAS approved stainless steel 316L sensor body and diaphragm with EPDM O ring seal and PUR coated cable
Diameter: 25 mm (1 inch)
Special Features: Assesed and certified by the Water Regulations Advisory Scheme for use with mains supply fresh water
The IWSL WRAS compliant submersible pressure sensor can be used in many applications throughout the freshwater supply system such as monoitoring river levels, surface and underground reservoir depth, water tower height, groundwater borehole depth and aquifer water levels.
The purpose of WRAS certification is to ensure that the finished product does not include any materials or fittings that might present a risk to contamination of the fresh water supply.
The IWSL provides an analogue signal which is proportional to the hydrostatic pressure of the water column above the submerged sensor. To accommodate the standardised signal used in a particular water region there is a choice of outputs from low power consumption millivolt or voltage output for remote isolated installations and OEM product integration to 4-20mA current loop for water process and distribution control systems.
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