Tank Level Float Sensor

  • Very long range of up to several miles
  • Excellent wireless penetration through structures such as walls and floors
  • Ultra-Low power consumption with 20,000+ messages over 5-10 years on a single battery
  • No interference with other devices in the 2.4GHz ISM band
  • Two types of tamper detection: enclosure tamper and wall mount tamper
  • Fully integrated internal antenna
  • Automatic error reporting through supervisory messages
  • Over the air configuration
How to Buy

Overview

The tank level float sensor detects when the level in a tank reaches a given level using a mechanical float device. When the mechanical float rises or falls (the level increases above or decreases below the mechanical float), an alert is sent to the wireless network.

Applications

  • Tank level detection for fluids
  • Water overflow detection
  • Fuel low detection
  • General purpose liquid level sensing

Monitoring Sensor Activity

Radio Bridge provides a convenient web-based console where you can configure your sensors, monitor activity, set up alerts, and more. If you are buying products that require a data plan, you can buy the plan right on the console. If you are using sensor products that do not require a plan, the console is available for free. Click on the link below to get started.  

Go to Console

Resources

Radio Bridge provides end to end IoT solutions including supporting documentation, app notes, configuration utilities, and sample software where appropriate to get you up and running quickly.

RBS101-TLF Sigfox Tank Level Sensor Product Brief PDF Download
RBS101-TLF Sigfox Tank Level Sensor User Guide PDF Download
Sigfox Sensor Common Messages PDF Download

Part Numbers

Part Number Wireless Standard Region
RBS101-TLF Sigfox North America
RBS201-TLF (Coming soon) SubGig North America
RBS301-TLF (Coming soon) LoRa North America

Product Support

Click on the link below to ask questions. The forum will connect you with engineers from the Radio Bridge factory as well as other users.

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