Releases its Submersible Level Transducer

Greenwood, Indiana – September 1, 2004 – OmniSite (www.omnisite.com), the leader in low cost easy to use monitoring equipment for the wastewater industry, today announced the release of the I-Level Submersible Level Transducer. How can OmniSite improve the best lift station monitor in the world? By combining it with the best submersible pressure sensor in the world! 

Determine the level in your well, tank or any other storage vessel using OmniSite’s I-Level Submersible Level Transmitter. This unit is optimized for use in applications where coating and fouling can disable other submersible transducers. The I-Level uses a ceramic sensor to measure Fluid level. Other Sensors are damaged with a simple “tap” on the sensor diaphram. Not the I-Level! 

The I-Level is a submersible level transmitter with a ceramic pressure sensor for the level measurement of liquids. The I-Level is available with nine permanently calibrated measuring ranges from 3 to 600 ftH20 to ensure use in all standard applications (optional application specific range). Due to its compact outer diameter of only 0.87″ (22mm), it is ideal for use in 1″ well casings as well. 

The I-Level is a loop-powered self-contained 4 to 20mA device. The hydrostatic column acts directly on the ceramic diaphram. The deflection of the diaphram generates a change in the capacitance of the sensor. The transmitter electronics, which is located in the 316L SS probe, converts the capacitance change to a repeatable and accurate 4 to 20 mA output signal. 

The competively priced I-Level comes standard with a 60 foot cable and a 0 – 20 foot measuring range. Call your local distributor for more information. 

About OmniSite

OmniSite is a cellular monitoring solutions company that provides cellular monitoring and control of equipment to the water and wastewater industries. The OmniSite system was specifically designed to be the easiest to install, setup and use lift station monitor on the market. OmniSite cellular monitors are on sewage pumping stations across the country, allowing operators to view and analyze data from any computer at any time and anywhere. OmniSite is privately held with headquarters in Greenwood, Indiana. For more information, please visit www.omnisite.com, or e-mail us atsales@omnisite.com

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