The GLF sensor measures the electrolytic conductivity especially of liquids, rainwater and glycol according to the conductive 2-electrode measuring principle. An alternating voltage is applied to the electrodes with an alternating voltage. The current flowing through the measured medium depends on its conductivity.
The highly sensitive GLF sensor measures minute quantities in fractions of a second and thus ensures reliable detection of leaks and their return detection of leakages and their containment within the legal requirements according to § 62g ff. of the WRA detection of leakages and their containment within the legal requirements according to § 62g ff. of the WHG (Water Resources Act) and the AwSV (Plant Ordinance). Another feature of these sensors is the resistance to cold and heat; the operating range is between -40 and +100 °C.
The sensor housing based on a cable gland according to DIN EN 62444 provides for a compact size of the sensor. Usually, the GLF sensor is simply mounted on the tub edge of the glycol protector with the supplied holder. The special feature is that, if required, it can also be installed in pipelines. Please do not hesitate to ask us.
The GLF sensor can be used universally and is especially suitable for refrigeration, air conditioning and cooling systems.
– uncomplicated installation, simply plug onto the tank wheel and connect to the control box
– robust, compact GLF sensor, also suitable for small nominal pipe diameters
– heat and cold resistant between -40 and +100 °C
– protection class IP68
– chemically resistant to aggressive media
– easy to clean
– connection cable length 500 cm