Campbell Scientific, Inc. Datasheets for Liquid Level Sensors

Liquid level sensors are used to detect liquid levels or interfaces between liquids such as oil and water or liquids and solids. 
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Product Name Notes
The CS410 is a shaft encoder designed for water level measurements. A pulley attached to a a float and counter-weight rotates as water level rises or falls, and the shaft...
The CS470 uses bubble-sensor technology to measure water level. It has two standard interfaces: SDI-12 and 4-20 mA. It has onboard intelligence that allows it to optimize the pumping of...
The CS471 is similar to the CS470, but is built for higher accuracy. The CS471 uses bubble-sensor technology to measure water level. It has two standard interfaces: SDI-12 and 4-20...
The CS475 measures water level in the range of 2 in. to 65 ft from the sensor. The CS475, CS476, and CS477 radar-based water-level sensors bring a highly accurate innovation...
The CS475, CS476, and CS477 series of radar-based water-level sensors brings a highly accurate innovation to Campbell Scientific's array of sensors. Mounted above the water surface to be measured, the...
The CS475, CS476, and CS477 series of radar-based water-level sensors brings a highly accurate innovation to Campbell Scientific's array of sensors. The CS476 is built for higher accuracy and a...
The CS475, CS476, and CS477 series of radar-based water-level sensors brings a highly accurate innovation to Campbell Scientific's array of sensors. The CS477 is built with enhanced electronics, giving it...
The CS476 measures water level in the range of 2 in. to 98 ft from the sensor. The CS475, CS476, and CS477 radar-based water-level sensors bring a highly accurate innovation...
The DB1 is a self-calibrating system that measures water level (or other liquids), such as measurement in channels and stilling wells. It detects level by measuring the pressure required to...
The SR50A measures the distance from the sensor to a target. The most common applications are measuring snow depths and water levels. The sensor is based on an electronic transducer...