Pulsar announces new intelligent ultrasonic level sensor

Pulsar has announced the introduction of the dBi Modbus (dBi-M) series of transducers, which they say are the ultimate, low-power, ultrasonic level sensors that benefit from Modbus communication. The series features Pulsar Measurement’s DATEM echo processing power for accurate and reliable measurement in challenging applications, with a suitable measurement range of 125 mm to 15 m (4.9 in to 49.2 ft).

dBi-M allows users to transmit measurement and calibration data digitally between the sensor and PLC, SCADA, or data logger.

This series of intelligent transducers have a reduced whole life cost and IP68 design enables the unit to be fully submerged. The dBi-M can be connected to a variety of external wireless telemetry devices featuring open protocol Modbus communications.

The ultra-low dBi-M power consumption provides long deployment time, giving data insights longer while reducing the need to maintain the data collection system. The dBi-M is a greener solution to remote network monitoring and discharge point monitoring.

To find out more on the dBi-M non-contacting ultrasonic level sensors, visit https://pulsarmeasurement.com/


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