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Radiometric level sensor MINITRAC 31
for liquidsbulk solidsHART

radiometric level sensor
radiometric level sensor
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for liquids, bulk solids
for storage tanks
Other characteristics
stainless steel, compact, with digital display, ATEX, intrinsically safe, IP67, IP66
Process temperature

Max.: 60 °C (140 °F)

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)


Radiometric sensor for density measurement Application area The point detector determines the density of liquids and bulk solids from the outside without contact. The sensor is used on vessels of any geometry and on pipelines. The Minitrac 31 is a radiation-based sensor for non-contact density measurement of liquids and bulk solids. The Minitrac 31 determines the density in a non-contact fashion. It is mounted external to the pipeline or vessel walls. Through its compact design it is ideal for mounting in hard to access positions and in locations with space restrictions. Your benefit Simple retrofitting during production processes Exact measuring results independent of process conditions High plant availability through non-contact measurement Measuring range - Distance - Process temperature -40 ... 60 °C Process pressure - Accuracy 0.1 % Materials, wetted parts No wetted material Seal material no media contact Housing material Aluminium Stainless steel (precision casting) Protection rating IP66/IP67 Output Profibus PA Foundation Fieldbus 4 … 20 mA/HART - four-wire Ambient temperature -40 ... 60 °C Scope ATEX / Europe CSA / Canada FM / USA Explosion protection Intrinsic safety Ex ia Pressure-tight encapsulation Ex d Protection through housing St Ex Overfill protection WHG SIL qualification SIL2 Adjustment PLICSCOM PC, PACTware and DTM HART-Communicator Software (e. g. AMS™, PDM) Indication Display/adjustment module PLICSCOM VEGADIS 81 VEGADIS 82
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