What is Meant by Remote Level Sensor?
A remote level sensor is used to measure and report level in the remote level monitoring of any type of substance, with data and possibly high or low level alerts accessible from a remote location.
Powelectrics offer over 25 years of experience in sensing and instrumentation, empowering the Industrial Internet of Things by connecting sensors to the cloud.
Many applications involve remote level monitoring of tanks, silos, rivers, reservoirs, sewers for bulk collection and deliver, flood protection, security, safety and the environment.
Powelectrics technology can accomodate any shape or size of tank and contents may be liquid, gas, powder and even granules.
The use of remote level monitoring helps to significantly reduce bulk distribution (fuel, oil, AdBlue) and collection (waste, recycling) costs. By knowing when a tank needs attention, efficient logistics can be planned and costs reduced. Moreover, service and supply contracts can be won and retained by offering enhanced service levels to end-users and removing the responsibility for them to check their own levels and arrange deliveries/collections. Personal, process and environmental safety is also protected by avoiding run-outs and overspills.
Telemetry devices are quicky and easily installed. Data and alerts are sent wirelessly at user-defined intervals to unlimited authorised users, wherever they have web access..to smart devices, laptops, desktops.
For more information on our robust and reliable Metron4 range of telemetry devices click here.
For more information on our affordable range of SPS level sensors, click here.
MetronView is our standalone cloud, with customisable dashboards, reporting & alarms. It is a highly secure and scalable IoT solution, processing millions of readings daily and offers an API, so data can be collected by other data platforms. More here.
For bulk collecion and distribution applications, Powelectrics offer a bespoke portal, MetronTMS. Thresholds can be configured for individual tanks to alert customers when tanks are reaching amber and red alert low levels and even predict when individual tanks will need filling, based on recent usage. Tanks can be plotted on a map, by colour code and postcode to enable efficient logistics planning. More here.