Float Level Transducer
Level / Float Transmitters / LFT01

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  • Compact design, ideal for OEM applications
  • Various process fittings available
  • Probe lengths to 96”
  • 1/4” or 1/2”resolution
  • All stainless steel wetted parts
  • Aluminum, stainless, polypropylene enclosures available; general purpose or explosion proof
  • Continuous analog level measurement
  • Analog output via head mounted hockey puck transmitter or remotely mounted DIN Rail transmitter
  • Undisturbed by foaming
  • Vapor insensitive
  • Liquid interface detection

The LFT01 is a reed-chain type float level transducer suitable for level measurement in vessels of up to 96 inches in height. Of high quality construction, all wetted parts are stainless 316; other materials are available upon request. Each transducer comes standard with an enclosure, head-mounted hockey-puck or remote mounted DIN rail transmitter, float and a fitting/probe. Reliable operation and simple design makes the LFT01 an excellent choice for many level sensing applications.

  • Ideal for level measurement where installation space is limited or tanks are compact
  • Water based liquids
  • Acids compatible with Stainless 316
  • Hydraulic and other clean oil applications
  • Chemical holding tanks with clean liquids
  • Measurement of liquid levels in mobile equipment
  • Machinery, Energy, Naval, Industrial, Automation
  • Not recommended where liquids are dirty or sticky
Float Level Transducer Details

  • Model Number

  • 1
    Electronic Module

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  • 4
    Certificates of Compliance
    X : None / for non-hazardous areas
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    Float Style

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    Fitting Type & Size

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    Fitting Material

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    Probe Type

  • 9
    Float Stop Distance ”C”
      From 0 to 96 inches
  • 10
    Probe Length “L”
      From 6 to 96 inches
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