Proteus EcoMeter S allows non-contact ultrasonic level measurement with separate, digital display. This level gauge designed for cisterns and rain water storages can be installed in just a few minutes, without the need for wiring - the ultrasound sensor is battery operated and connected via a radio transmitter to the monitor. Maximum comfort for installation and reliability during operation. Over one million devices sold across Europe.
Proteus EcoMeter S is an ultrasonic liquid level sensor, battery powered and equipped with a digital radio transmitter. This device has been developed especially for water tanks, rainwater and cisterns - but it can also be used for continuous measurement of the fuel tanks content (eg. diesel). The intelligent algorithm responds quickly to level changes in the tank (e.g. during refilling of water or fuel several times per day, or when pumping the tank content out).
To ensure maximum battery life, the sensor sends measurement data to the receiving station every 30 minutes. Measurements are also provided in real time, but as soon as the detected change in the level of a tank is ≥ 3cm (1 1/5") / min.
EcoMeter S is a modern and precise alternative to mechanical dipsticks and content meters of water tanks, barrels and cisterns with a maximum capacity of 5300 Gallons, offering a measurement range of up to 25cm (9 9/10"). The sensor communicates wirelessly with digital radio station within range up to 150m (500ft).
With the EcoMeter S PLUS, an additional cable with a length of about 9m (30f)t between the sensor and wireless module allows you to install the sensor in underground tanks and cisterns, manway opening or hard to access and radio dead areas (e.g. behind thick walls, heavy lids or shafts/manway openings at depths greater than 20cm (8") below ground level).
EcoMeter S PLUS also allows for the installation of the sensor in the radio dead areas, thereby extending the effective working range of the monitor. It is thus able to provide a stable connection between the sensor and monitor at depths in excess of 20cm (8") and in places covered with heavy metal or concrete covers blocking the radio signal.