Capacitive Level Sensors

An increase in level causes deeper immersion of the measuring electrode and thereby increases its capacity. The measured capacity sets the output of the level meter.
 
Measurement of electrically non-conductive
materials:


The capacitor is made by electrode of the sensor and
the wall. The dielectric is done by air or the material
Measurement of electrically conductive
materials:


The capacitor is made by electrode of the sensor
and the material (the wall). Dielectric is done by the insulation of the electrode.
The method is resistant to any changes in the atmosphere above the surface (vacuum, pressure, vapours, dust). It is also partially resistant to the formation of foam on the surface. If any conductivity of the medium changes (eg. drinking water x steam condensate) and when the sensor is used with an insulated electrode, it has no effect on the output signal.
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CLM-36 Capacitive Level Sensor

CLM-36 Capacitive Level Sensor

  • Direct mounting into containers, silos, basins, vessels, reservoirs, etc.
  • Easy and quick connecting by connector
  • Continuous adjustment of initial capacity
  • Current (4 ... 20 mA) or voltage (0 ... 10 V) output
  • Removable electronic module
  • Material of housing and rod electrodes from stainless steel
Download a datasheet for the CLM Capacitive Level Sensor here.. Download a datasheet for the CLM 36 Capacitive Level Sensor

CLM-40 Capacitive Level Sensor For Diesel

CLM-40 Capacitive Level Sensor For Diesel

  • Direct mounting into tank through the flange
  • Arbitrary electrode length (max. 1 m)
  • Current (4 ... 20 mA) or voltage (0 ... 10 V) output
  • Material of housing and rod electrode from stainless steel
  • Simple installation without any settings
Download a datasheet for the CLM Capacitive Level Sensor here.. Download a datasheet for the CLM 40 Capacitive Level Sensor

LCC1 Capacitive Level Sensor

LCC1 Capacitive Level Sensor

  • Designed for oil level detection in crankcases 
  • Ideal for difficult turbulent applications
  • No moving parts
  • Switch output (push pull) and 4..20 mA output 
  • 0...10 V output option 
  • Parameter programming allows to adapt to different requirements and application
Download a datasheet for the LCC1 Level Capacitor here.. Download a datasheet for the LCC1 Designed To Work With Very Turbulent Oil Levels

TLL Capacitive level sensor for fuel, coolant, oil or water

TLL Capacitive level sensor for fuel, coolant, oil or water

  • Continuous output signal/readout of tank contents
  • Electrically damped to reduce turbulence effects 
  • Low level alarm
  • Vertically mounted
  • Suitable for tanks from 200mm to 1,000mm deep
  • Ideal for use in fuel, coolant, oil & water
Download a datasheet for the TLL Level Sensor here..Download a datasheet for the TLL Level Sensor for fuel, coolant, oil or water

UNICON-CL-E Level Sensor

UNICON-CL-E Level Sensor

  • For liquids, with conductivity (>30µS/cm)(mm, cm, m, in, ft, yd) programmable
  • Output 4 .. 20mA, 2 wire isolated
  • Temperature compensaton of the probe
  • Output 4 .. 20mA for temperature
  • 2 electronic alarm outputs, voltage free
  • Process pressure max. 16 bar
Download a datasheet for the UNICON-CL-E Level Sensor here.. Download a datasheet for the UNICON-CL-E Level Sensor

UNICON-LF  Level Sensor

UNICON-LF Level Sensor

  • LCd-dot matrix display
  • µS/cm up to max. 0 ... 50.00 us/cm
  • Output 4 ... 20mA loop powered
  • 2 electronic alarm outputs, voltage free
  • Temperature compensation with pt100 or pt1000 Sensor
  • Protection IP65
Download a datasheet for the UNICON-LF Level Sensor here.. Download a datasheet for the UNICON-LF Level Sensor

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