IMCL

Submersible  Ceramic Pressure Transducer

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The IMCL is designed for continuous submersion performance and stability in liquid for measurement and level control in water, oil and fuel environments. This submersible pressure transducer offers long term stability, excellent thermal behavior, and an accuracy of 0.25% with a 0.1% option.  The IMCL has a stainless-steel housing, and ceramic diaphragm for aggressive media and harsh environments. The IMCL offers optional housing, cable and seal materials to ensure submersible performance in a wide variety of liquids including; fuel, oil and water. A modular construction allows for different combinations of process connections, outputs and electrical connections available upon request.

Pressure Range

0 - 100 fH2O

Output

mV/V / 4-wire

2mV/V / 4-wire

10mV/V / 4-wire

4 - 20mA / 2-wire

0 - 5V / 3-wire

0 - 10V / 3-wire

0.5 to 4.5V / 3-wire (ratiometric)

0.5 to 4.5V / 3-wire (non-ratiometric)

1 - 5V / 3-wire

Accuracy

0.25%

Electrical Connection

Cable with sheath material:

PVC

PUR

FEP

 

 

Mechanical Connection

N/A

Wetted Parts

Housing: Stainless Steel 316L

Diaphragm:  Ceramic

Seals: Viton, Nitrile, EPDM

Options

0.1% Accuracy

Customized options available upon request

 

Application Examples

We have a small retention pond that we need to monitor during high rain falls. We would like to connect a submersible sensor to our PLC with a 4-20mA output. Should we be concerned with the silt at the bottom of the pond?

Our IMCL has a ceramic element with stainless steel housing so the silt would not harm the sensor. If possible, we would recommend installing the sensor a few inches above the bottom so the sensor does not get buried by the silt and create inaccuracies over long-term. The IMCL is available with a 4-20mA output.