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Gill Sensors

Gill Sensors is a supplier of sensors developed for harsh environments. Gill offers a range of standard sensors and can also develop customized solutions to individual requirements. Products include liquid level, speed, bulk materials, position, flow and oil quality sensors.

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http://www.gillsensors.co.uk

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  • Entry in  Sensors • Liquid Level Sensors 

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    Liquid level sensors from Gill Sensors are used for a variety of applications such as motorsport formulas, military vehicle and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), automotive research, process industry applications and more with features including configurable 0-5V analog output, full integrated electronics and no moving parts. Custom designs are also offered.

  • Entry in  Motion Control • Feedback Devices • Positioning Sensors 

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    Gill offers non contact linear, angular, and rotary positioning sensors including 25 and 60mm Blade sensors, a dual cavity sensor, a 360-degree Blade rotary sensor, and a rod sensor, all sealed to IP67 specifications.

  • Entry in  Factory Automation • Instrumentation • Level Measurement 

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    Gill Sensors provides globally used products for liquid level measurement including capacitive liquid level sensors with no moving parts in standard and custom designs with full integrated electronics and configurable 0-5V analogue output.

  • Entry in  Sensors • Flow Sensors 

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    Gill Sensors produces ultrasonic flow sensors that are suitable for harsh environments, which take measurements in both directions and use difference in the time of flight to calculate flow velocity. Available products include the mass airflow sensor, which is capable of measuring bi-directional flow up to 600 kg/hr with a resolution of 0.001 kg/hr and turn-down ratio >1,000:1; and also a medical gas flow sensor for anesthesia and ventilation monitoring, which provides a flow range from 0.2 to 150 l/min, accuracy +/-3%, and resolution of 0.01 l/min.