Part#: 70817
Weight: 4.8 lbs
Brand: Keller

Keller Microlevel Submersible Level Transmitter, Titanium & PE Cable, 0 to 30 psi (0 to 69.30 ft/H2O), 75'L Cable

  • Small 0.63" diameter fits tight installations
  • NSF/ANSI 372 & 61 certified for drinking water use
  • Suitable for aggressive media applications
  • Lifetime warranty against lightning and power surges
Price: $847.50
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Use the microlevel submersible level transmitter for small bore applications. They provide repeatable, precision depth measurement under hostile conditions. These transmitters are approved to NSF 61 and NSF 372 standards for drinking water use.

All Keller transmitters feature an integral cable vent tube for fast response and accurate readings, a lifetime lightning/surge protection guarantee and are made in the USA.

Transmitters offer dual outputs for flexibility: One RS-485 and one rescalable analog 4-20 mA. The RS-485 connection lets you retrieve both level and temperature data, and rescale the analog output from 10% to 110% of the basic range. To rescale the output, you must briefly interface the transmitter with a PC running Keller's free downloadable Control Center 30 (CCS30) software, and also purchase a converter cable (stock # 71767).

Optional accessories: Line Protector (stock # 71154) provides additional lightning/surge protection on external wiring. To protect vent tube ends in humid environments, install a drying tube assembly (stock # 71087).

Don't see what you need here? Custom models are available for all transmitters, with typical shipping times of under one week. Options include pressure ranges, cable lengths and wetted materials. Contact Technical Support for more information.

Tech Specs
  • Range (PSI): 0 to 30
  • Range (ft/H2O): 0 to 69.30
  • Cable length: 75'
  • Wetted materials: titanium, polyamide, fluorocarbon
  • Cable: polyethylene (PE) jacket and EPDM seal
  • Accuracy: ±0.25% of range
  • Power: 10-30 VDC
  • Output: 4-20 mA, 2-wire and RS-485 Modbus
  • Temperature range: 14 to 140°F (compensated)
  • Rating: NSF/ANSI 372 & 61