Xylem Analytics (YSI Hydrodata), based in Letchworth Hertfordshire, market a comprehensive range of instruments for monitoring water quality either on-line, in the field or in the laboratory, and the company's parent (YSI) is the world's leading manufacturer of instruments for monitoring the quality of natural water in rivers, streams, lakes, reservoirs, underground and coastal applications.
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WaterLOG Releases New Downward-Looking Nile Series Radar Water Level Sensors
WaterLOG, a brand of Xylem Inc. a leading global water technology company dedicated to solving the world's most challenging water issues, today announced the release of the 'Nile' series of radar water level sensors.
High accuracy, simple SDI-12 communication and advanced design, are just a few features of the new WaterLOG Nile Series (Nile 502, Nile 504, Nile 517) radar water level sensors, released this week by WaterLOG - a xylem brand.
The Nile series operates based on the time-of-flight method. Radar impulses are emitted by an antenna, reflected off the product (water surface) and received again by the radar system. This provides the most precise measurement data in water level applications requiring non-contact transmission.
"The Nile series will continue to provide stable long-term monitoring with a high level of accuracy, and long range with low operating power, and extremely low cost to service and operate," said Timothy Jeppsen, Product Manager of WaterLOG.
Jeppsen continued, "The Nile is available in three ranges; the Nile 502 has a range of 20 meters, the Nile 504 of 40 meters, and the Nile 517, a range of 70 meters. The Nile 502 provides an increase in accuracy from +/-3mm to +/- 2mm, compared to the H-3600 sensors.
This series of WaterLOG instruments is designed to be mounted on the side of bridges or other enclosures above surface water. The rugged, innovative design was built for extreme environmental conditions--making this series ideal for tough to reach sites.
For more information on the WaterLOG Nile Series, visit www.waterlog.com/nile or contact Marketing Communications Coordinator, Emily Jensen at Emily.email@example.com.
For further information please email Xylem Analytics (formally YSI Hydrodata)