PRLog - Sep. 11, 2012 - MILTON KEYNES, U.K. -- Rechner Capacitive Filling Systems are comprised of a measurement probe (KFS) and analysing unit (KFA) which is selected based upon the requirements of the application. Alternatively, a probe with an integrated analysis unit (KFX) is available. Rechner level probes work in conjunction with an evaluation unit. These can either be a separate module, or integrated into the head of the probe. External analysers can be configured to work with multiple probes for installations requiring a number of sensors.
Rechner Capacitive Level Sensor
There are two output types available, the first being an analogue output which provides a current voltage or frequency output relative to the level. The second option is to have limit value switching (NPN or PNP Transistor or Voltage Free Change-Over Relay outputs).
Available with analogue or Set Point Outputs, Capacitive Level Measurement Sensors suit a wide range of applications.
The position of the switching points and the analogue measuring area is user definable within the possible effective range and can be determined for optimal matching for each specific application needs. Level measurements of bulk material, liquids or pastes are possible.
Rechner Capacitive Level Measurement
Ø 16 mm / Ø 20 mm
max. 2000 mm
24 VDC to 250 VAC
1 to 4 or analogue
stainless steel / PTFE
PEEK / PVDF
Permitted ambient temperature:
- 70 °C to + 250 °C
If you would like more information about Rechner Capacitive Level Filling Systems, contact More Control on 0345 00 00 400.