Gill Sensors – Stand C40

Gill Sensors & Controls Limited, formally known as Gill Sensors, will be launching brand new high performance sensors at Sensors & Instrumentation 2014 on Stand C40.

Gill, who are known for their quality and reliability within hostile operating environments including process machinery, construction equipment and motorsport, will unveil two new sensors specially designed to improve measurement quality in industrial applications.

The new industrial specification liquid level sensor is an extension to the popular GS level range, providing a 0-10V configurable output and both SAE 5-bolt and 1.25” BSP thread mounting options. The sensor utilises Gill’s proven solid-state capacitive technology and is compatible  with various liquid types including water, saline, fuels, oils and chemicals. The industrial sensor has a no moving parts and has been designed to operate in -40°C to +125°C temperature, providing excellent durability and long-term reliability.  

Amongst the products launches, Gill will also be demonstrating the next generation of oil condition sensors. The new high performance oil debris sensor will offer three channels monitoring Fine debris build up with a separate channel to report coarse debris such as a tooth off condition. Gill has also added a new feature to monitor water content in the gearbox oil or to give an indication of catastrophic leak conditions. When installed in industrial gearbox applications, the Gill Debris sensor has outperformed many other more complicated and costly technologies and given much earlier  early warning of system breakdown. The sensor is also offered with an optional industrial junction box with integrated light ring status indicator.

For more information on Gill’s latest product development visit Stand C40 at Sensors & Instrumentation or contact info@gillsc.com

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