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MTS Sensors Announces A Free Upgrade To Its Liquid Level Gauge Set-Up Software

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MTS Sensors Announces A Free Upgrade To Its Liquid Level Gauge Set-Up Software
Version 2.08 set-up software helps facilitate fast start-ups

CARY, N.C. (July 23, 2004) — MTS Sensors announces a free upgrade to its liquid level gauge set-up software available at www.mtslevelsensors.com. The MG version 2.08 set-up software for DDA digital sensors offers several enhanced features including data logging and analysis via Excel documents and charts. Ideal for remote monitoring, the software enables logging of product and interface levels, temperature and diagnostic functions.

“This software upgrade makes it much easier to collect tank data for calibration, commissioning and monitoring of individual or groups of tanks,” said Liquid Level Product Manager, Adrian Totten. He continues, “This is especially important during start-up and while system troubleshooting.”

The software works by allowing the user to log data to a *.csv file, which may be opened using standard applications. To log data from several tanks, the software scans each tank and saves the data under the tank address to which it is designated, ie: tankfarm 1.csv, tankfarm 2.csv.

MTS’ 2.08 version set-up software may be downloaded for free at www.mtslevelsensors.com.

For more information on MTS Sensors Group and MG Series set-up software, please contact: Adrian Totten, MTS Sensors Division, 3001 Sheldon Drive, Cary, NC 27513. Phone: (919) 677-2332.

MTS Sensors is the world leader in magnetostrictive linear displacement technology. MTS Sensors is a global operation, with facilities in the U.S., Germany and Japan. In the U.S., the MTS Sensors Division has an ISO 9001 facility manufacturing rugged and reliable Temposonics position sensors as well as the highly repeatable and accurate Level Plus transmitters and gauges. With a strong commitment to research and development, product quality and customer service, the Sensors Division is constantly seeking ways to bring the highest value to customers.
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