Continuous liquid level switches with an integral compact alarm display are available from Madison Co. These new Madison-Omni® sensors have an easy-to-read graphical LCD display and a separate red LED light that serves as a visual alarm when the programmed parameters are outside the preset ranges. The set of programmable options for this device includes level indication, unit of measure and several other variables. Madison-Omni sensors are configured to customer specifications and are ready-to-use without any programming, however, they are easily user-programmable, utilizing an included programming ring, should the need to change parameters occur. These sensors feature a stainless-steel housing and an increased operating temperature range of -20 to 70C. Madison Co.http://rbi.ims.ca/4912-546
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