A laser level measurement sensor is used for level control, plugged chute detection, and monitoring buildup. It is a non-contact device that can be used in bulk solids, pellets, or granular materials of all material dielectrics in a variety of vessels. It may also be appropriate for measuring opaque liquids in applications where the beam must be precisely targeted to avoid walls or structure. The advantage of laser is it measures in a tight beam, making it suitable for use in very narrow vessels or constrained spaces. Laser can be pointed at an outlet to ensure timely replenishment of material or mounted near the sidewall to detect buildup.


Laser Level Transmitter

LL-100 - Laser Level sensor, 1 ft to 160 ft (0.3 m to 50 m) range with 0.4 in (10 mm) resolution
and +/- 1 in (25 mm) accuracy.  Non-visible laser bean with <1° beam angle.  12-28 VDC power
in put with 4 to 20 mA (3wire) output.  Can be used in -4°F (-20°C) to 140°F (60°C) environments in an IP66 enclosure


  • LL-900 Mounting Flange - ANSI (DN100 PN6/PN10) 4" 150# with <10° swivel angle.
  • LL-910 Mounting Flange - ANSI (DN65 PN6) 2.5" 150# with <10° swivel angle.