15. 4. 2011
Gettorf – EGE's new, robust MFP line of level controllers enables users to continuously monitor the fill level of various media.
Gettorf – EGE's new, robust MFP line of level controllers enables users to continuously monitor the fill level of various media. Based on the guided pulse radar principle, they do not require moving parts: inside the probe, a radar pulse is emitted and reflected upon contact with the medium surface. The resulting “echo” is analyzed to measure the fill level. Thanks to this principle, environmental conditions such as temperature, medium density, pressure or dust do not affect the operation of the sensor, which provides high reliability. MFP sensors ensure precise electronic level monitoring for liquids such as water, oil and emulsions as well as bulk solids and pasty media. Their modular design allows for maximum flexibility: depending on the application, the sensor head can be easily and quickly fitted with a coaxial probe, a dip stick or a double probe, ensuring easy adaptation to different media. Suitable for applications with limited installation space, the IP 67 sensors are designed for –25...+85 °C media temperatures. The sensor housing, which is rotatable by 360°, includes an LC display with a control panel for easy sensor adjustment. The units provide an analog 4...20 mA output signal. If required, they can be fitted with switching outputs.
Figure: The flexible, easy-to-adjust MFP level controllers precisely measure fill levels