Cryogenic Tank Monitoring from Anywhere
Cryogenic tank level transmitters allow you to monitor cryogenic tanks at remote locations, or even during transport. Our cryogenic tank level transmitters are available with an onboard gauge for both at-the-tank and remote monitoring, or as a gauge-free blind transmitter for remote tracking only. And, Orange Research cryogenic tank level transmitters are cost-effective — delivering proven performance at typically half the cost of competing products.
Accurate, Reliable Measurement
Available in current (4-20 mA, 2-wire) or voltage (0-5V, 3-wire) output configurations, Orange Research cryogenic tank level transmitters use a magnetic sensor that relays minute changes in tank pressure to the transmitter’s electronics. The electronics then convert the signal to the proportional representation of liquid level in the tank. Cryogenic tank level transmitters are available with accuracy ratings of 2%, 5% or 10%, so you can choose the perfect level of accuracy your application.
Rugged Durability You Can Count On
Orange Research cryogenic tank level transmitters feature the same rugged durability as our gauges. They can withstand shock, vibration, and a wide range of outdoor and indoor environmental conditions. Reliability features include:
The Perfect Choice for Today’s Advanced Telemetry Systems
Telemetry is the remote, electronic, wireless data-transfer of quantity measurements. Orange Research has taken the lead in telemetry for cryogenic tank systems with transmitters that are accurate, rugged, and cost-effective. Telemetry systems allow you to monitor tanks at multiple locations and share critical data with several points simultaneously. Sharing tank level data with managers and suppliers can help lower operating costs by reducing waste, improving delivery schedules and materials management, and reducing system downtime. Learn more about Orange Research level transmitters today.
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