- 500 Series Alarm Module
- Alarm module that contains 32 alarm and/or status circuits that can be set in
many combinations, for "stand alone" installation or with an optically and power
isolated full computer interface.
- Master Panel Model 002M
- Panel holds two 500 series units containing 64 alarm monitoring/status circuits.
- 61 BUD, 122 BUD Level Sensors
- These units are used on marine, commercial and other applications, where
reliability and long life is required. Such as pump pits, gland seal collection tanks and
flood prevention in back up systems.
- 121 U(TT), 183 U(TT) Level Sensors
- These units have been designed to allow liquid level indication or control where
internal tank installation is required.
- 61 UD
- This is a level sensor that has benn designed for low level monitoring.
- 121 UD
- This level sensor is specially suitable for use in engines, reduction gears and
other lubricating oil sumps.
- 183 UD
- This level sensor can be manufactured in various lengths with a multiple array
of switching points.
- Side Tank Penetration Level Switch Model WM121 UD
- This level switch is designed to be mounted on the side of any tank and provides
very accurate readings.
- MTE Series Temperature Sensor
- This compact, lightweight, temperature control can be used in the following
applications: actuation of warning signals or alarms, as a high/low limit cut out,
maintaining temperature at desired points, and turning on/off machinery, equipment, or
- Extreme Low Pressure/Vacuum Sensor Model 121 DUD(L)
- This manometer switch is designed to monitor the very small pressure/vacuum
conditions existing typically in engine crankcases, processing vessels, etc.
- All Solid-State Navigational Light Panel
- This panel uses LED's for all indicating lights and standard units consist of 2
to 14 circuits, however, custom units are available.
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