HONEYWELL  LLE205100  LIQUID LEVEL SENSOR, HI TEMP, HOUSED

HONEYWELL LLE205100

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  • Newark Part No.: 24M3419
  • Manufacturer Part No LLE205100

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  • Output Current 40mA
  • Sensor Output Digital
  • Supply Voltage DC Min 5V
  • Supply Voltage DC Max 12V
  • Response Time 50µs
  • Product Range LLE Series
  • SVHC No SVHC (17-Dec-2014)

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i need to be able to measure over a 3m range. Is it a pressure sensor?
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Honeywell liquid level sensors don’t have a “range”. They are single point presence/absence sensors, Currently they do not have a liquid level sensor that is capable of measuring a specific amount of fluid. The typical application is in a tank wall. When the fluid is below the point the sensor is mounted, the signal from the sensor will remain in its original state (either have active high and low output options). When the sensor is submerged in the liquid, it senses the presence of the liquid and changes state (switches), detecting the liquid presence.
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