Non-contact Fluid-trac Two Wire Fluid Level Sensor
with analog water gauge to replace 33 to 240 ohm resistive
float senders, reed-switch tube sensors, and capacitive tube senders.
Traditional float senders consist of a float attached to an actuating
arm with a variable resistor mounted at the end of the rod.
The resistive float sender's wiper slides across a resistive strip that
can wear out over time which may result in intermittent or even a
complete loss of the signal to the fuel gauge. These devices tend to
be inaccurate, showing empty even though there are gallons left in
the tank and displaying full for extended periods after a fill up.
Float senders also do not work well in irregular shaped fuel tanks or
Non-contact Fluid-trac Two Wire Fluid Level Sensor with a 12V or 24V analog gauge to replace 33 to 240 ohm resistive float
senders, reed-switch tube sensors, and capacitive tube senders.
Commonly used on marine products (boats, yachts, etc.) and
The fluid level sensor is easier to install with no moving parts and is
more accurate (1/8 inch distance) than resistive float senders, reed
switch tube sensors and capacitive tube senders.
Digital filtering on the fluid level sensor eliminates errors due to fluids
sloshing in mobile tanks or fluid agitation in stationary containers.
Focus tube may be required if fluid inside tank exceeds max angle or is closer than 3" to edge of tank walls or baffle.