Low Liquid Level Alarm & Monitoring Device
This wireless, low liquid level monitoring system is available as a low-cost option and can be retro-fitted to almost any plastic or metal tank between 0.5m and 3m in height where you need warnings when the liquid is close to running out e.g. water, process chemicals.
This is a superb, cost-effective way of monitoring and receiving audible warnings of LOW liquid levels without having to repeatedly visit the tank, open its inspection hatch(es) and physically check.
Let the technology do the dirty work for you! Using ultrasonic waves to measure liquid height in the tank and wireless technology to show you the liquid levels electronically.
Contact Us to enquire about the Apollo Low Level Monitoring Device.
When the equipment (transmitter and receiver) are paired, the transmitter generates a unique RF (radio-frequency) code tying it to the monitor / receiver (which stores in internally and indefinitely). Upon powering up the monitor will associate with the appropriate RF code. This means that equipment can be prepared before shipment to site, particularly relevant for the hire industry.
A visual scale is displayed on the receiver unit and warning tones sound (from the receiver unit) when the tank is close to empty: typically at the 20% level.
This will be the time to make the call to your service provider for a refill.
In the event of power failure, when the power is restored the two units will find each other but it may take 1-2 hours for correct levels to be recorded. Therefore, it is recommended that the monitor is left on where possible.
Should equipment become mixed up (e.g. if hire equipment is moved from site to site many times during its lifetime) then it is suggested that transmitter and monitor are paired again to make doubly sure that the local equipment is matched.
You can avoid the situation where the first time you're aware your tank is empty is when the toilets won't flush!
Those emergency call-outs tend to be most expensive.
WARNING: As with all wireless devices, actual performance may be affected by thick walls / heavy machinery / Faraday cage scenarios between transmitter and receiver.