Veratron Veratron Marine NMEA 2000 Liquid Level Sensor - 1200 to 1500mm Marine Navigation & Instruments

Veratron Marine NMEA 2000 Liquid Level Sensor - 1200 to 1500mm

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NMEA 2000 Liquid Level Sensor - 1200 to 1500mm

The NMEA 2000® Liquid Level Sensor overcomes a laundry list of issues that plague traditional fluid level monitoring solutions, including being certified for drinking water—an industry first.  

Powered by an NMEA 2000 network, three models are available to accommodate a wide range of tank depths from 200 mm to 1500 mm.

The capacitive sensor is easily selectable between fresh and waste water, and is micro-adjustable for tank size. Unlike reed technology that only reports tank level in graduated steps, the Veratron NMEA 2000 Liquid Level Sensor, thanks to capacity measuring technology, offers level linearity on the full range. This provides precise data to make informed decisions on refilling and pumping out or discharging, for up to 4 tanks.

Completely plug-and-play, the Veratron sensor simply connects directly into the backbone with its integrated Micro-C M12 5-pin NMEA 2000 connector. This provides the nominal 12V power and the ability to view tank level from any networked display.

UL94, CE, REACH and RoHS compliant, the NMEA 2000 Liquid Level Sensor is IPX9K rated as an exposed device. 

Features:

  • Includes Flange Installation Kit
  • 300mm NMEA Pigtail Connection

Technical Specifications:

  • Connector - NMEA 2000 Micro-C 5 pin M12 Male
  • IP Protection Class - IPX9K

In the Box:

  • Sensor
  • Sealing Kit
  • Rubber Gasket
  • Mounting Bracket
  • Mounting Screws and Allen Wrench 

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Manufacturer : Veratron
Manufacturer Part No : B00041501
UPC : 7640178729407

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