limit switch can be used for foam detection, for liquids, or for measuring powder levels. The first and second measurement circuits have the same functionality. The evaluation electronics not only serve as a feed unit in the 2-wire technology, but also house the data processing intelligence.
The benefit for you: high economic efficiency and investment security due to the long service life.Easy fault visualisation, fault notifications on 2nd relay output, if selectedLimit values on the active measurement range length can be freely parametrisedWith 1 or 2 measuring inputsLimit value simulationplug & process Ex version:
Gas II (2) G [Ex ia Gb] IIC SEV 09 ATEX 0132; EMC STS 024 CE 1254 More informations on MLS»
The standardised bar probes are configured according to the process conditions and the media used in a customer-specific way. In contrast to the float system, the probe technology is density-independent and does not require maintenance.Materialisation: Stainless steel, Hastelloy®, full PTFE designsContamination in the inactive area and organic residues on the measuring electrode are negligibleDesigns also for extreme process conditions with temperatures of up to max. 300°C and pressure up to 1000 barDespite an overlying aqueous phase (phase reversal), we achieve precise measurement results
The bar probes are specially designed according to the process conditions, the application, the industry as well as the media to be used. Whether in the chemical, pharmaceutical or hard petrochemical industry, the right probe technology is at your disposal.Materialisation: Stainless steel, Hastelloy®, full PTFE designsContamination in the inactive area and organic residues on the measuring electrode are negligible400°C and pressure up to 1000 barQuick measurement: 300 ms guarantees reliable detection
The standardised bar probes are configured according to process conditions and the media used in a customer-specific way. In contrast to the tuning fork system, the probe technology is product-specific and thus can be used universally.