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RADAR Sensor for SOLIDS

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 A high frequency signal is transmitted with a very small beam angle with a two-wire technology. It is reflected by the bulk material and received back to the sensor. The frequency difference, which is directly proportional to the distance, is then further processed and output as the level signal. The small beam angle makes the use in tall narrow silos possible and facilitates the installation and alignment of the sensor. NR 3000 Flange 

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Vibrating Level Switch for SOLIDS

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 Electronically stimulated piezos cause the fork to vibrate. As soon as the sensor is covered with material, the vibration is dampened and the resulting electrical current change causes the output signal to switch. Once the material level falls below the sensor it is free to vibrate again and the output signal is reset. 

Vibrating Level Switch for SOLIDS

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 Electronically stimulated piezos cause the single rod probe to vibrate. When the material covers the sensor, this causes the vibration to stop and a voltage change is caused within the piezo elements. This is electronically registered and causes the output signal to switch. 

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Capacitance Level Switch for SOLIDS

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 The capacitive level limit switch is automatically calibrated to a reference capacitance of an empty vessel. If the probe is covered by the product, the measured capacitance changes through the dielectric and a switching signal is activated. The integrated “Active Shield” technology ensures high reliability even for products that cause caking. .

Capacitance Level Switch for LIQUIDS

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 The capacitive measuring limit switch responds to the change in capacitance at the probe, which is detected by the change in the oscillating frequency. The integrated “Active Shield” technology ensures high reliability even for products that cause caking. 

Capacitance Level Switch for LIQUIDS

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 The electrodes in the sensor form a capacitor. If the product comes into contact with the sensor, the capacitance changes and the electronics converts it into a switching signal. The integrated “Tip Sensitivity” technology guarantees a high level of functional reliability even for products that cause caking 

PRODUCT

Capacitance Level Switch for SOLIDS

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 The electrodes in the sensor form a capacitor. If the product comes into contact with the sensor, the capacitance changes and the electronics converts it into a switching signal. The integrated “Active Shield” technology allows this system to be used in particularly adhesive materials.  

Capacitance Level Switch for LIQUIDS

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 The electrodes in the sensor form a capacitor. If the product comes into contact with the sensor, the capacitance changes and the electronics converts it into a switching signal. Available as integrated cable or enclosure version. The integrated “Tip Sensitivity” technology guarantees a high level of functional reliability even for products that cause caking 

Rotary Paddle Level Switch for SOLIDS

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 A motor driven shaft causes a vane to rotate. Once the material level reaches the vane, thereby preventing further rotation, switches are activated which result in an output signal and the motor stops. When the vane is free again from material, the output signal is reset and the motor driven shaft rotates aga  

TDR Radar Sensor for SOLIDS

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 High-frequency microwave pulses are coupled to a cable or rod and guided along the probe. The emitted pulse is reflected by the product surface. The time difference between the transmitted and reflected pulse is converted to a level. 

TDR Radar Sensor for LIQUIDS

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 High-frequency microwave pulses are coupled to a cable or rod and guided along the probe. The emitted pulse is reflected by the product surface. The time difference between the transmitted and reflected pulse is converted to a level. 

Electro-mechanical Plumb Bob for SOLIDS

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   A high frequency signal is transmitted with a very small beam angle with a two-wire technology. It is reflected by the bulk material and received back to the sensor. The frequency difference, which is directly proportional to the distance, is then further processed and output as the level signal. The small beam angle makes the use in tall narrow silos possible and facilitates the installation and alignment of the sensor. NR 3000 Flange v