Conductive level controllers

The CLD2EB1BU24 and CLP2EB1Bxxx conductive level controllers are designed to provide level control for a wide range of conductive liquids including salt water, sewage, and chemicals.

12/17/2014


The CLD2EB1BU24 and CLP2EB1Bxxx conductive level controllers are designed to provide level control for a wide range of conductive liquids including salt water, sewage, and chemicals. Courtesy: Carlo GavazziCarlo Gavazzi's conductive level controllers are designed to provide level control with a broad range of conductive liquids. The CLD2EB1BU24 provides three sensitivity ranges plus a fine tune adjustment from 250 Ω to 500 kΩ, enabling for control with a wide variety of liquids, such as salt water, sewage, and chemicals. DIN rail mounting and universal 24 to 240 Vac/dc supply voltage simplifies installation, and the 17.5 mm housing width minimizes panel space requirements. The CLP2EB1Bxxx provides a single mid-range sensitivity adjustment from 5 to 150 kΩ. It is mounted via an 11-pin DIN-rail mountable socket, four different models are available for operating voltages of 24 Vdc, 24 Vac, 115 Vac, or 230 Vac.

Carlo Gavazzi

www.gavazzionline.com 



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