DMS

Discriminating Mag Sump

DMS

Discriminating Mag Sump

The DMS sensor is a fast acting discriminating sensor that utilizes magnetostrictive technology to provide reliable monitoring of dispenser pans and containment sumps. Its floats can detect the presence of water or hydrocarbons and also ensure that the sensor installation has not been tampered with. The DMS sensor can report water warnings and programmable water alarm points as well as product alarms.

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Discriminating Magnetostrictive Sump Sensor

  • Utilizes proven magnetostrictive technology.
  • Water warning, water alarm, and product alarm.
  • Tamper protection feature will alarm if sensor is moved from installed position.
  • Alarms and recovers quickly when hydrocarbons are present.
  • Each TSP-DMS comes with a 10’ (3.04m) long quick disconnect cable and a Unistrut 2" (51mm) pipe clamp for installation. The sensor’s anti-tamper feature requires that the sensor be mounted on the bottom of the containment, with the bottom of the sensor flush with the containment floor. Once installed, the sensors position will need to be “learned” during system start up.
SENSOR SELECTION

No matter what the monitoring application is, Franklin Fueling Systems offers a sensor solution tailored to the specific requirements of each application.

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SENSOR SELECTION GUIDE
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Applications

  • For containment sump monitoring.
Model Number Description
TSP-DMS-12 Discriminating magnetostrictive sensor, monitors 12" (305 mm) of liquid & measures 22" in (559 mm) length (all EVO™ Series ATGs)
TSP-DMS-24 Discriminating magnetostrictive sensor, monitors 24" (610 mm) of liquid & measures 34" in (864 mm) length (all EVO™ Series ATG).
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  • Note:This sensor communicates with the ATG via the TS-PRB probe module.

Brochures

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FFS-0635 Sensors Datasheet.pdf PDF 5.3 MB

Manuals

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000-0269 TSP-DMS Sensor Installation Guide.pdf PDF 0.43 MB