- Model NO.: UL800
- Contact: Contactless
- IP Rating: IP67
- Working Theory: Ultrasonic
- Operation Voltage: 9-36V
- Type: Ultrasonic Liquid Level Sesnor
- Output Signal Type: Analog/Digital
- Customized: Customized
- Serial Interface: RS232,RS485
- Trademark: Traclogis
UL800 is intended for precision fuel and liquid level measurement in containers and fuel tanks of vehicles, road tanker monitoring systems, fuel storages, generators, GSM station etc, with ultrasonic technology and easy instllation, which enable convenient operation in harsh environments steadily.
The sensor can be integrated with any professional control units and equipment of GPS tracking.
No need to drill any hole on the tank, the sensor can be just installed on the bottom of the tank, which will save more time for the installation compared with the traditional fuel level sensor.
Voltage Signal Output:(0-5v)
Digital Signal Output: RS232
Digital Signal Output: RS485
High Precision Measurement
High resolution of the sensor(1 mm)
Output Signal: Voltage, Current, RS232, RS485
Output Voltage: 0- 5V
Output Current: 4- 20mA
Ultrasonic liquid level detector
The power supply ripple
Less than 100mV
Less than 55mA
4cm to 100cm;
pressure-bearing range: -0.1MPa~32MPa
Temperature compensation range
-40 - +80°C
1-5V (corresponding 0-100cm)
4-20mA (corresponding 0-100cm)
See the "communication protocol"
need external connection a alarming horn to achieve alarm
bottom of fuel tank/can, water tank
-40 - +80°C
-50 - +100°C
102*48*25mm with mounting holes
-40 - +80°C
8m and with shield
- Road Vehicles
- Heavy equipment
- Diesel generators
- Construction machines
With years of research of real-time remote fuel-level monitoring solution, Traclogis accumulated rich experience in the field of fuel monitoring field, A real-time remote fuel-level monitoring solution is an option for managers who need to know exactly when and where fuel losses are occurring.
In addition to notification of a sudden change in fuel-level, a well-designed remote monitoring solution is able to provide other valuable information, such as how much fuel is lost, as well as the fuel cost management with driver's behavior, which will make fleet managers to save more cost and manage the fleet efficiently.
minimize non-productive expenses;