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Radar level sensor VEGAPULS WL S 61
for waterfor wastewater4-20 mA

radar level sensor
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for water, for wastewater
4-20 mA
Other characteristics
maintenance-free, wireless, IP68
Level range

Min.: 0 m (0'00")

Max.: 8 m (26'02")

Process pressure

Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)

Max.: 2 bar (29.01 psi)

Process temperature

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 60 °C (140 °F)


Radar sensor for continuous level measurement of water and wastewater Radar level sensor for water management Application area Its flood-proof IP 68 housing ensures maintenance-free operation. The sensor is operated via Bluetooth. The VEGAPULS WL S 61 is the ideal sensor for all typical application in water and wastewater. It is particularly suitable for level measurement in the water processing, in pump stations and overflow basins. The flood-proof IP 68 housing of VEGAPULS WL S 61 ensures a maintenance-free continuous operation. With integrated Bluetooth for wireless communication via smartphone, tablet or PC. Your benefit Exact measuring results independent of product, process and ambient conditions High plant availability, because wear and maintenance-free Maintenance-free operation through non-contact measuring principle Simple sensor adjustment via smartphone or tablet Measuring range - Distance 8 m Process temperature -40 ... 60 °C Process pressure -1 ... 2 bar Accuracy ± 5 mm / ± 0.2" Version with plastic horn antenna ø 75 mm Materials, wetted parts PP/PBT/Silicone Threaded connection G1½ Housing material Plastic Protection rating IP68 (2 bar) Output 4 … 20 mA Ambient temperature -40 ... 80 °C Cable length 12 m Adjustment PC, PACTware and DTM Wireless adjustment via Bluetooth with smartphone/tablet/PC


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