Float level sensor SDVG20Ffor liquids

float level sensor
float level sensor
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Characteristics

Technology
float
Medium
for liquids
Level range

Min.: 0 mm (0 in)

Max.: 500 mm (19.69 in)

Process temperature

Min.: -25 °C (-13 °F)

Max.: 85 °C (185 °F)

Description

Description LVDTs are robust, absolute linear position/displacement transducers; inherently frictionless, they have a virtually infinite cycle life when properly used. As AC operated LVDTs do not contain any electronics, they can be designed to operate at cryogenic temperatures or up to 1200 °F (650 °C), in harsh environments, under high vibration and shock levels. LVDTs have been widely used in applications such as power turbines, hydraulics, automation, aircraft, satellites, nuclear reactors, and many others. These transducers have low hysteresis and excellent repeatability. The LVDT converts a position or linear displacement from a mechanical reference (zero, or null position) into a proportional electrical signal containing phase (for direction) and amplitude (for distance) information. The LVDT operation does not require an electrical contact between the moving part (probe or core assembly) and the coil assembly, but instead relies on electromagnetic coupling. Characteristics: 1.Material: Stainless steel 2.Measuring range: 2.5-500mm 3.Power supply: 24V DC or 12V DC 4.Output signal: 0-5V, 0-10V, 4-20mA, Modbus 5.Cable length: 1M( customizable ) 6.Theory: LVDT 7.Accuary:≤±0.25F.S 8.Diameter:φ20mm Application: 1.Oil-water interface measurement in tank farm. 2.Beverage, pharmaceutical, biochemical industry. 3.Tar-ammonia interface measurement in coking industry 4.Liquid level measurement inchemical container Features: 1.High accuracy. 2.Available for various environment. 3.High repeatability technical characteristics.
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