The liquid level/depth monitoring system consists of the INCON Model 1810 Level Depth Monitor coupled with either the Model 1890 or Model 1891 Submersible Transmitter
A line of Liquid Level/Depth Monitoring Systems using submersible pressure sensors/transmitters is being promoted by INCON. The new systems are available in two models providing different levels of accuracy and depth ranges.
The liquid level/depth monitoring system consists of the INCON Model 1810 Level Depth Monitor coupled with either the Model 1890 or Model 1891 Submersible Transmitter. When the Model 1810 is paired with either transmitter, the result is a highly accurate system that is capable of calculating liquid volume based on depth, and information on tank shape or lake-bottom topographical data. Level/volume conversions are calculated and displayed either as height, volume, or pressure in user-defined units on a large, easy to read 5-digit LED panel. The monitor can be programmed with user-defined limits for alarm or control functions, and will transmit in analog, parallel digital, or serial form. System configuration is handled through an easy to use, menu-driven setup mode, and sensor-to-monitor field calibrations can be made without the need for additional equipment.
The Model 1890 Transmitter, when used with an INCON Model 1810 Level Depth Monitor, is capable of monitoring pressure up to 2000 PSI at 0.1% of full-scale accuracy. It features an electron beam welded body (8.66" long x .69" dia.) and is available with up to 4500 feet of Polyurethane sheathed cable with an integral vent tube for atmospheric reference and a Kevlar strain cord. The Model 1890 also features a Delrin hydraulic damper cone to protect against high-pressure pulses caused by underwater impact.
The Model 1891 Transmitter, when used with an INCON Model 1810 Level Depth Monitor, is capable of monitoring pressure up to 250 PSI at 0.25% of full scale accuracy. It features a 316 stainless steel body (3.75" long x 1" dia.) and up to 500 feet of Polyurethane or Tefzel sheathed cable with an integral vent tube for atmospheric reference.
The high quality materials and rugged construction of both transmitters assure a high integrity, waterproof assembly that can remain safely immersed in compatible liquids indefinitely.
The INCON systems perform very well in applications such as Fuel Storage Inventory, Monitoring Head and Tail Water in Hydroelectric Generation, Geophysical Surveys, Dam Projects, Monitoring Water Treatment Facilities, Fluid Level Monitoring in Process Control Industries, Oceanographic Study, and Down-Hole Data Collection.
INCON ( Intelligent Controls, Inc. ), 74 Industrial Park Road, Saco, ME 04072. Tel: 207-283-0156; Fax: 207-286-1439.