Gill Sensors, a leading UK sensor solutions provider will be showcasing their latest range of capacitive liquid level sensors, including the new marine sensor, GSlevelS, which is due to be launched in September. The new product within the Gill liquid level range will offer an NMEA2000 compliant output and a -40 °c to +125°c temperature range.
GSlevelS features proven capacitive sensing technology to measure the level of liquid inside the fuel tank. The sensor has no moving parts and is specially designed to offer long term reliability to a wide range of marine applications including workboats, commercial vessels, offshore and support boats.
GSlevelS will be displayed alongside examples of Gill’s intrinsically safe liquid level sensors, the award-winning ultrasonic fuel flow sensor and the Blade non-contact position sensor range.
Blade position sensors incorporate patented induction technology and have no moving parts, delivering unmatched long-term reliability. Already installed into industrial, motorsport, off-highway and defence markets, the four products in the Blade series provide highly accurate linear, angular and rotary measurement across a range of measurement zones.
The latest position sensor in the series, the Blade20, features the next generation of induction technology offering fast update rates and 12 bit resolution. The solid-state sensor is capable of data sampling at speeds up to 15 KHz and is currently offered with 0.5-4.5V and 0.5-10V outputs. As Gill’s smallest, fastest and highest resolution position sensor to-date, Blade20 provides precision measurement in dirty, dusty and difficult to reach environments.
In addition to the sensor display, Gill Instruments’ recently launched MetStream data solutions technology will also be demonstrated at the show. MetStream provides a powerful weather monitoring solution which enables users to connect, process and stream live data directly to a computer, tablet or smartphone. Live data feeds will be demonstrated throughout the exhibition.
Gill Instruments has the largest range of ultrasonic wind sensors currently on the market and has been delivering precision meteorological instruments to extreme weather applications for over 25 years.
To find out more about Gill’s range of sensors visit stand F7 or www.gillsensors.com