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Level Switch - PTFE coated RF Admittance
This Instrument are a pressure transmitter available in 4 ... 20 mA current loop or in voltage output signal versions. This transmitter offers a very high accuracy over a wide temperature range, an excellent repeatability and very long term stability.
The piezo-resistive silicon sensor is anodic bonded on a very stable glass base, which is attached to a stainless steel construction. This assembly guaranties an excellent thermal isolation.
The sensor is isolated from the process by a stainless steel diaphragm (1.4435 / 316L) and a filling liquid. The electronics is located within the hermetically sealed transmitter housing which give the Instrument an excellent resistance to shock and vibration. Protection class IP 68.
Because these are small and submersible is universally suitable for all kinds of hydrostatic level measurements. It is the ideal product for environments such as in the food and beverage industries, water level measurement and all kind of standard industrial and processing applications.
Our RF level switch is widely applied in various products such as Building industry materials, cement, sand, lime, milk powder, flour, salt, food grains, powder, granular, chemical and mining etc. These comprise of a specially designed electronics and sensing probe using Driven Shield Coat Guard circuit and corresponding 3-Element Probe.
The electro-mechanical combination of the Coat Guard technique is there makes the system immune to the material build-up on the probe and material bridging between the probe and the hopper wall. The measured signal does not flow to the hopper wall through the probe in the backward direction but flows only through the material.
The salient features of this level measuring instrument are as follow:
The specifications of these point level switch are as follow: Switching Unit:
Coat Guard Sensing Probe:
The Principle of Working:
The major shortcoming of the conventional method is that after the level has once increased and then decreased, there may be a coating left on the probe sensed by the instrument as though the level is still on the probe. In our switch, a coat guard amplifier is incorporated in the circuit having its output exactly at the same voltage and phase at all times as its input.
The output is connected through the shield of the low capacitance co-axial cable to the concentric tube on the sense probe, called shield element. There is no current flow through the cable as both the elements, sense and shield are exactly at the same potential and phase at all times.
This results in no change in calibration due to coating on the probe and the temperature effect of the cable. This makes it possible to increase or shorten the cable connecting the switching unit without changing the original calibration.