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STI-- Reliable Ultrasonic Sensors Ideal for a Variety of Applications

STI-- Reliable Ultrasonic Sensors Ideal for a Variety of Applications
LOGAN, UT – Scientific Technologies, Inc., Automation Products Group, introduces their versatile US20 Self Contained Ultrasonic Sensors. These ultrasonic sensors are reliable, user adjustable, require little or no maintenance, and are easy to install. They provide a sensing range from 1 ft. (0.3 m) to 20 ft. (6 m), work on solids or liquids, and provide digital, analog and trip point outputs.

These ultrasonic sensors function extremely well in harsh environments. They can detect presence, level, volume, proximity and distance measurements making them ideal for any number of sensing applications, including industrial automation, collision avoidance, equipment positioning, tank measurement and control, and environmental monitoring.

US20 ultrasonic sensors are serial interface programmable with free software for Windows, DOS or Palm operating systems. AutoSense software and internal temperature compensation neutralize variables such as ambient temperature, tank irregularities and humidity to provide accurate and reliable readings.

STI has been selected twice by Forbes and three times by Business Week as one of the “world’s best small companies.” STI’s Automation Products Group serves the factory automation, semiconductor, transportation, oil and gas, consumer and food processing industries with a diversified offering of sensing technologies. Products include level, flow, pressure sensing, positioning transducers, vehicle separation, profiling and ultrasonic sensors and controls.

For more information contact: Scientific Technologies Inc., Automation Products Group, 429 South Main Street, Logan, UT 84321; toll-free: 1-888-349-7098; (435) 753-7300; fax: (435) 753-7490; Fax Back System: (916) 431-6544; E-mail: [email protected]; Web site: www.stiautomationproducts.com.
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