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Gill debuts new seaworthy sensors at Seawork International


Gill Sensors debuts new range of seaworthy sensors at Seawork International

Seawork 2014 Logo 300x157Gill Sensors will be launching their latest sensor range for the marine industry at Seawork International on stand C101.

Having already built up a strong reputation for reliable measurement sensors amongst motorsport, defence and industrial markets, Gill will be introducing their latest capacitive liquid level sensor to the workboat market at the Hampshire based event.

The marine liquid level sensor features Gill’s proven capacitive sensing technology to measure the level of liquid inside a tank. Solid-state in design, the sensor offers exceptional reliability, fit and forget installation and resistance to heavy vibration, temperature and shock.

Unlike others sensors on the market, the integrated electronics of the sensor offers a maximum operating temperature range of +125°C. The sensor is manufactured from corrosion resistant, marine grade stainless steel and is unaffected by heavy vibration and shock load to provide customers with a seaworthy sensor able to withstand severe maritime environments.

The high quality sensor also features an industry recognised NMEA 2000 compliant output, with 0-10V and 4-20Ma output options planned for release later in the year. In addition, the capacitive liquid level sensor is available in a range of standard length options, is offered with both SAE 5-bolt and 1.25” thread mounting for easy installation and requires minimal maintenance.

Gill’s range of position, oil quality and flow meter products will also be on display throughout Seawork, each designed to provide unparalleled accuracy in punishing applications.

To support the launch of the new marine sensor range, we will be hosting an open networking event at Seawork on the evening of Wednesday 11th June 2014 at the Grand Harbour Hotel in Southampton. If you would like to join us or want more information on the networking event please contact

For more information on our range of sensors visit stand C101 at Seawork.