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Capacitive level sensor VEGACAL 67

capacitive level sensor
capacitive level sensor
capacitive level sensor
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bulk solids
HART, PROFIBUS, 4-20 mA, 2-wire
for storage tanks, high-temperature
Other characteristics
stainless steel, flange-mount, rugged, IP67, IP68, IP66
Level range

Min.: 0 m (0'00")

Max.: 40 m (131'02")

Process pressure

Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)

Max.: 16 bar (232.06 psi)

Process temperature

Min.: -50 °C (-58 °F)

Max.: 400 °C (752 °F)


Rod probe, partly ceramic insulated Application area For measurement of bulk solids at high process temperatures up to +400 °C. A full/empty adjustment is necessary for setup. The VEGACAL 67 level sensor can be used universally for continuous level measurement of bulk solids at high process temperatures. Your benefit Precise measuring results in virtually all bulk solids and high temperature ranges High flexibility through shortenable probe Long lifetime and low maintenance requirement through robust mechanical construction Measuring range - Distance 40 m Process temperature -50 ... 400 °C Process pressure -1 ... 16 bar Version Ceramic insulated cable probe Ceramic insulated cable probe with crimping sleeve Ceramic insulated rod probe Materials, wetted parts 316L Ceramic 316 Threaded connection ≥ G1½, ≥ 1½ NPT Flange connection ≥ DN50, ≥ 2" Seal material no media contact Housing material Plastic Aluminium Stainless steel (precision casting) Stainless steel (electropolished) Protection rating IP66/IP68 (0,2 bar) IP66/IP67 IP66/IP68 (1 bar) Output Profibus PA Foundation Fieldbus 4 … 20 mA/HART - two-wire Ambient temperature -40 ... 80 °C Adjustment PLICSCOM PC, PACTware and DTM HART-Communicator Software (e. g. AMS™, PDM)


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