Electrolab’s High-Level Probe offers a single-point float switch for either high- or low-level detection in liquid tanks. The unit mounts vertically through a female NPT port on top of the tank . The size requirements for this port vary depending on the material used for the probe, fiberglass (left) or stainless steel (right).
A side mount version of the High-Level Probe is available upon request for stainless steel tubes. An adjustable mounting grip provides for ease of installation.
The High-Level Probe can be built to custom lengths. The float activates and maintains the output until the level returns to normal. No power is needed, as the device runs off a dry contact.
The high-level probe is also available with optional integration for wireless communications.
No adverse effects from electro-mechanical interference, tank turbulence, or other environmental variables
UL Certified, Intrinsically Safe
Stainless steel parts treated with e9 Treatments antiparaffin treatment for minimal maintenance
Discrete circuits for easy electrical installation
SIMPLE, ACCURATE, RELIABLE
This consistently accurate and reliable sensor is not affected by electro-mechanical interference, tank turbulence or other environmental variables. After installation, Electrolab’s High-Level Probe is ready to monitor your tank levels.
Ongoing maintenance is practically non-existent—especially, with e9 Treatments patented anti-paraffin treatment. This optional, oleophobic coating significantly reduces paraffin buildup on steel instrumentation and eliminates the issue of floats sticking and impacting measurement accuracy. Cleaning of the High-Level Probe is rarely necessary.
Typical applications for the High Level Probe include:
High-level detection in oil and saltwater tanks
Control points for pumps
Liquid detection in containment areas
Low-level leak detection
0.5 inch stainless steel (2” NPT female port)
1.75 inch (OD) fiberglass (4” NPT female port), for caustic environments
Customer specified from 1-10 feet
The High-Level Probe may also be ordered with the D99 Node for wireless applications.