Features and Benefits
- no moving parts
- electronics is integral to the probe
- high corrosion resistant Teflon and stainless steel wetted and 316SS parts
- capacitance technology responds to all product types
- HF capacitance technology does not require routine cleaning
- easy calibration and control set-up
Reliable level alarm and control of liquids and solids
As a liquid or solid rises or lowers around the probe, the capacitance field changes. This is monitored and used to control the two onboard relays.
Each relay includes full differential control to allow the relay to activate and de-activate between two distinct at user determined points on the probe. This can be used for pump and valve control between high and low level points. Adjustable time delay is standard to suppress spurious alarms from turbulence.
Operating Temp. -20˚C to +55˚C
Resolution .007% (.07 pF at 1,000 pF)
Accuracy .04% of full scale pF
Power Input 12 vdc or 24 vdc, 0.1 amp max.
100-240 vac +/- 10%
Communication RS-485 Modbus
Control Interface 2 x 10amp@240 vac, SPDT, dry relays plus 4mA Normal / 20 mA alarm output
Process Temp. -60°C to +260°C (Teflon probe)
Pressure 103 bar/10342 kPA/1500psi
at stable temperature
CRN ABSA-CRN #OF07450.2
Wetted Parts 316SS and Teflon
Probe materials are eligible for NACE MR-0175 Compliance
Available Component Certifications may be suitable to your application. Consult Arjay for assistance.
2880 Electrical Safety UL, CSA, or IEC 61010
Class 1, Group B,C,D;
Class II, Group E,F,G
Probe CSA Class 1, Group C,D
The electronics for this model can also be mounted remote from the probe. Refer to the Model 2852-LS. The probe becomes Intrinsically Safe when ordered with an IS Barrier installed in 2852-LS control panel: CSA Div 1, Class 1, Groups A,B,C,D
Dimensional and Electrical Drawing Sample written specification
Level Application Form
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