• Mercoid Pblt2-10-80-Pu, Series Pblt2 Submersible Level Transmitter
Mercoid Pblt2-10-80-Pu, Series Pblt2 Submersible Level Transmitter

Mercoid Pblt2-10-80-Pu, Series Pblt2 Submersible Level Transmitter

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Series PBLT2 Submersible Level Transmitter, Model - Lightning & Surge Protected, Range 10 psi (23.09 ft wc), Length 80 ft Polyurethane Cable PBLT2 Submersible Level Transmitters are manufactured for years of trouble free service in the harshest applications



Both measure the height of liquid above the position in the tank referenced to atmospheric pressure

Features Durable cage design with large diameter 316 SS diaphragm seal that is non-clogging and damage resistant to floating solids Incorporates lightning and surge protection utilizing dual arrestor technology, grounded to case, eliminating both power supply surges and lightning ground strike transients Maintenance free filter eliminates particulate or water droplets from entering the transducer 270 lb 122.5 kg tensile strength shielded and vented cable Excellent chemical compatibility NPT connection allows the unit to be rigidly installed in a pipe/conduit, or the addition of a A-625 hanging loop for attaching a chain for pulling out of the installation Applications

Large diameter 316 SS diaphragm seal is non-clogging and damage resistant to floating solids

Perfect for wastewater and slurry applications with features to protect the unit from these demanding applications

The PBLT2 incorporates lightning and surge protection utilizing dual arrestor technology, grounded to case, eliminating both power supply surges and lightning ground strike transients

The transmitter consists of a piezoresistive sensing element, encased in a 316 SS housing

The vent is protected with a maintenance free filter eliminating particulate or water droplets from entering the transducer

Units come equipped with a 270-pound tensile strength shielded and vented cable

Ventilation tube in the cable automatically compensates for changes in atmospheric pressure above the tank

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