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Flowline Lr15-0010-30, Echopulse Pulse Radar Level Transmitter

Flowline, LR15-0010-30, EchoPulse 26 GHz Pulse Radar Level Transmitter with 3" Horn The general purpose 26 GHz

USD 2122.00

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Features Rugged 316 L stainless steel antenna and process mount Simple configuration via integral push button display module 26 GHz

Here, a LR15 is flange mounted on a 23' storage tank at an oil rendering plant

Its 26 GHz

Offered in three antenna sizes, select the appropriate size based upon the desired beam angle, available mounting port size and process condition

Rendering companies collect, process and sell waste oil to secondary markets

Select this sensor for challenging application conditions with low or non-corrosive media, light surface foam or agitation, higher temperature or pressure, condensation or vapor, and installation in a tank adapter, flange fitting or metal stand-pipe

The longer the antenna, the narrower the beam width and stronger the RF signal output for more challenging processes

The non-contact liquid level sensor is intended for petroleum, water, wastewater and diluted chemical storage or process applications in above or below grade tanks of any material

Viscous with floating particulate and animal fat, waste oil is difficult to measure

Pulse radar is unaffected by vapor or condensation 12 quot 30cm dead band enables utilization of the entire tank LCD displays level in feet or meters with percent of span bar Optional display mode indicates the echo signal return curve Auto-temperature compensation for accurate measurement Fail-safe diagnostics with selectable signal fail-safe outputs Recognition, storage and rejection of false echo signal returns Rugged IP67 aluminum enclosure with polycarbonate window Success There are 612k restaurants in the US that generate waste vegetable oil

Pulse radar level transmitter provides continuous level measurement up to 98.4' 30m with a 4-20 mA signal output, and is configured via its integral push button display module

Pulse radar measurement is unaffected by the liquid condition.