Ultrasonic level switch Pointek ULS200
for bulk materialsfor solidsfor liquids

ultrasonic level switch
ultrasonic level switch
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for bulk materials, for solids, for liquids
Process pressure

Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)

Max.: 0.5 bar (7.25 psi)

Process temperature

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 60 °C (140 °F)


The Pointek ULS200 is an ultrasonic non-contacting switch with two switch points for level detection of bulk solids, liquids and slurries in a wide variety of industries; ideal for sticky materials. The measuring range for bulk solids is max. 3 m (9.8 ft) and 5 m (16.4 ft) for liquids and slurries. Unlike invasive contacting devices, there is no material buildup on the sensor. The level switch has a rugged design, combining the transducer and electronics in one durable device. It has no moving parts and is virtually maintenance-free. The transducer, available in ETFE or PVDF copolymer, is inert to most chemicals. This means the device can be used in the chemical, petrochemical, water and wastewater industries. A sanitary version of the ULS200, with an industry standard flange option, is easy to remove from the application for cleaning. It thus satisfies the prerequisites for use in the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. The Pointek ULS200 delivers superior performance while reducing maintenance, downtime and equipment replacement costs. Key Applications: liquids, slurries, fluid materials, plugged chute detection, chemical industry. Benefits 2 switch outputs for high-high, high, low and low-low level alarms or pump up/pump down control Integral temperature compensation AC or DC power supply Electronics provided with fail-safe function Threaded and sanitary fitting clamp process connections Polycarbonate or aluminum enclosures, Type 6/NEMA 6/IP67 Easy, two-button programming
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