Sensor identifies level of propane in cylinders

April 5, 2017 By    

Bergquist Inc. offers the LPG TankCheck sensor from Mopeka Products as a tool to let users know the level of propane in their cylinders. The tool serves as a small ultrasonic sensor that sits at the bottom of propane tanks and reads the exact amount of propane present in the cylinder at all times. The magnetic monitor works well on RV cylinders, gas grills, residential LP gas tanks and steel forklift cylinders, the company says. Users can read accurate and up-to-date levels through a standalone display monitor or via a Bluetooth application that is available for IOS and Android phones and tablets. In addition, the sensor’s Bluetooth communications range enables remote monitoring up to 50 ft. away, depending on obstructions such as walls or other material.

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