Level and Temperature Transmitter



Submersible Level and Temperature Transmitters

ATM/N/T - Analog Transmitter

Features

  • Pressure measuring range: 1 … 250 mH2O
  • Accuracy: ≤ ± 0.50 / 0.25 / 0.10 % FS
  • Temperature measuring range: -5 … 80°C
  • Operating temperature: -5 … 80°C
  • Process temperature: -5 … 80°C
  • 2 Output signals (p & T): 0 … 10 VDC, 0 … 20 / 4 … 20 mA
  • Materials: Stainless steel, Titanium

Customer benefits

  • Fast customization thanks to configurable product design
  • Short response time suitable for dynamic level measurements
  • Available with overvoltage protection
  • Stainless steel and titanium version for use in acidic or otherwise aggressive media



Analog Level Transmitter

ATM.1ST/N/T - High Precision Level Transmitter

Features

  • Pressure measuring range: 1 … 250 mH2O
  • Accuracy: ≤ ± 0.10 % FS
  • Total Error Band: ≤ ± 0.30 %FS (-5 … 50°C)
  • Operating temperature: -5 … 80°C
  • Process temperature: -5 … 80°C
  • 2 Output signals (p & T): 0 … 5 / 0 … 10 VDC, 4 … 20 mA
  • Materials: Stainless steel, Titanium

Customer benefits

  • High measurement accuracy is ensured by sophisticated digital temperature compensation algorithms
  • Exellent long term stability allow accurate measurements over a long period
  • Titanium version with FEP cable available for use in aggressive media
  • Multiparameter probe with pressure & temperature



Digital Submersible Level Transmitters with Modbus Interface

DTM.OCS.S/N - Modbus Level Transmitter

Features

  • Pressure measuring range: 1 … 250 mH2O
  • Accuracy: ≤ ± 0.15 / 0.05 / 0.03 % FS
  • Operating temperature: -5 … 80 °C
  • Process temperature: -5 … 80 °C
  • Interface: RS485
  • Materials: Stainless steel, Titanium

Customer benefits

  • High precision digital level transmitter with standard Modbus interface
  • Fast customization thanks to configurable product design
  • High precision pressure measurement over the whole temperature range thanks to electronic compensation
  • Adjustment of zero and span setting through Modbus commands