The 7010 liquid level sensor: highly accurate, reliable and robust
Jan 12, 2023
The 7010 Capacitive Liquid Level Sensor is specifically designed for environments where monitoring of a variety of liquid types is required.
The sensor uses capacitive technology to sense the level of the fluid in question. This eliminates the use of moving parts, floats or other mechanical connections, resulting in excellent long-term reliability.
Equipped with IP66 / IP68 protection, the LevelPro is compatible in liquids such as water, saline solutions, fuels, oils and chemicals (other liquids on request). It operates reliably in temperatures from -40°C to +125°C with an accuracy of +/- 2% of rated range at 20°C.
It also provides reliable results regardless of tank shape or material. Something not all sensors can boast. Compatible with most common tank interfaces, the 7010 is quick and easy to install in just a few steps.
Market leading stable level measurement with high accuracy is not a problem even in moving liquids due to the 'dual concentric' sensor tube design.
The 7010 is available in lengths up to 2m. It has two output options, analog voltage or current for a variety of applications.
Manufactured from 316 stainless steel, the level sensor is corrosion resistant even in harsh environments.
Each sensor is factory calibrated for quick and easy setup and to ensure market-leading level measurement accuracy.
An optional 1615 liquid level indicator can be programmed to map the shape of a tank so that it displays the actual volume and not just the liquid level.
The LevelPro 7010 is used in a wide variety of applications, proving its versatility.
In marine applications, for example, it is used in hovercrafts, submarines and speedboats. In transportation, it is used in locomotives, and in the broader industrial sector, it is used in oil tanks for hydraulic presses or press machines, for example. It is even used to ensure that swimming pools are refilled. Freight train operators who want to avoid downtime due to empty coolant tanks also always have the real-time fill level in view with the 7010.