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MTS Sensors Provides Direct Mount Transmitter Display for Pharmaceutical Sensors

MTS Sensors Provides Direct Mount Transmitter Display for Pharmaceutical Sensors
CARY, N.C. (March 31, 2003) — MTS Sensors Division, announces a new direct mount LCD transmitter display system designed for its sanitary Level PlusÒ M-Series digital sensors for pharmaceutical applications. The display directly mounts to the top of each sensor for quick in-field readout of level and/or volume measurements.

“This built-in display unit was developed specifically for the pharmaceutical processing industry where continuous monitoring of in-field tanks is essential,” commented Level Plus Product Manager, Adrian Totten. “Instead of mounting the display in a remote panel or cabinet, process engineers can view level information at the site of each tank.”

The level transmitter kit consists of a threaded mounting bracket that to mates the MTS sensor LCD display together. The stainless steel mounting hardware does not effect the NEMA 4X rated transmitter housing. A corrosion resistant cable seal fitting ensures a clean and safe connection.

The transmitter display is sold as a kit and is easily mounted with standard tools on site.

For more information on the direct mount transmitter display, visit the MTS Sensors Level Plus at WWW.MTSSENSORS.COM or contact: Adrian Totten, MTS Sensors Group, Level Plus Liquid Level Sensors at [email protected] or 3001 Sheldon Drive, Cary, NC 27513, call (800) 457-6620, (919) 677-2332 or fax (919) 677-2350.

MTS Systems Corporation is the world leader in magnetostrictive technology. MTS Systems Corporation 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 highly repeatable and accurate Level Plus transmitters as well as the rugged and reliable Temposonics position sensors. 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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