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Ultrasonic Sensors -Integrated 

"This is a Ultrasonic senor"

EasyTREK Pro – for liquids

Product Properties 
 

  • 2-wire transmitter

  • Non-contact level metering

  • Narrow 5° beam angle

  • Advanced threshold management 

  • Quick start mode 

  • Faster measurement cycle 

  • Service Interface

  • Excellent signal processing via QUEST+ software

  • Temperature compensation

  • 99-point linearization

  • PP, PVDF, PTFE housing, and transducers

  • Explosion-proof variants (pending)

  • Level and volume measurement

  • Open-channel flow metering

  • Fail-safe indication

  • PACTware™ compatible

  • For challenging applications such as vapor, fume, mixing blades, and light foam

  • 5 years warranty

Applications:

 

  • Level measurement of liquids, wastewater, aggressive chemicals and slurries

  • Agriculture

  • Construction materials

  • Chemical industry

  • Food and beverage

  • Oil industry

  • Paper mill

  • Water / wastewater industry

Specifications:

  • Supply voltage:11…36 V DC

  • Ambient temperature:−30…+80 °C

  • Process temperature:−30…+90 °C

  • Process pressure:0.5…3 bar (absolute)

  • Measuring range:0.15…18 m

  • Output:4…20 mA, HART®, relay

  • Process connection:1" BSP, 1½" or 2" NPT

  • Ingress protection:IP68

  • Approvals:ATEX (in progress)

"This is a Ultrasonic senor

EasyTREK – for Solids

Product Properties 
 

  • 4-wire transmitter

  • Non-contact level metering

  • Narrow 5° beam angle

  • Excellent signal processing

  • Temperature compensation

  • 32-point linearization

  • PP and aliminum housing transducers with PVC foam

  • Joystick aiming device

  • Explosion-proof variants available

  • Level and volume measurement

  • Fail-safe indication

  • For challenging applications such as long distance measurement and light dust during filling

  • 5 years warranty

Applications:

 

  • Level measurement of free flowing solids

  • Chemical industry

  • Food and beverage

  • Mining industry

Specifications:

  • Supply voltage:11.4…40 V DC, 11.4…28 V AC

  • Ambient temperature:−30…+60 °C

  • Process temperature:–30…+60 °C

  • Measuring range:0.6…60 m

  • Output:4…20 mA, HART®, relay

  • Process connection:1" BSP and joystick aiming device

  • Ingress protection:IP65

  • Approvals:ATEX, EAC Ex

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Benefits of Guided Ultrasonic  Sensors in Industry 

In the dynamic landscape of industrial automation, ultrasonic sensors have emerged as indispensable tools, revolutionizing the way industries monitor, measure, and control various processes. These cutting-edge sensors utilize sound waves to deliver a myriad of benefits, enhancing efficiency, safety, and reliability across diverse applications. Let's delve into the transformative advantages that ultrasonic sensors bring to the forefront:

 

1. Accurate Distance Measurement:

Ultrasonic sensors excel in providing precise distance measurements, offering an unparalleled level of accuracy. By emitting ultrasonic waves and calculating the time taken for the waves to return after hitting an object, these sensors enable industries to obtain real-time and reliable distance data. This accuracy is crucial for applications ranging from object detection to liquid level measurement.

 

2. Versatility Across Industries:

One of the standout features of ultrasonic sensors is their versatility. Adaptability to various materials and environments makes them invaluable in industries as diverse as manufacturing, automotive, pharmaceuticals, and more. Whether measuring levels in tanks, detecting objects on a conveyor belt, or guiding robotic systems, ultrasonic sensors seamlessly integrate into different applications.

 

3. Non-Contact Operation:

Ultrasonic sensors operate on a non-contact principle, making them ideal for applications where physical contact is impractical or undesirable. This characteristic eliminates the risk of wear and tear, ensuring a longer service life and reduced maintenance costs compared to sensors that rely on physical contact.

 

4. Reliable Performance in Harsh Environments:

Ultrasonic sensors exhibit resilience in challenging conditions. Their performance remains consistent in environments with dust, smoke, or other particulate matter, making them suitable for applications where traditional sensors might struggle. This robustness ensures reliable operation in diverse industrial settings, contributing to enhanced uptime and reduced operational disruptions.

 

5. Multi-Functionality for Comprehensive Monitoring:

Ultrasonic sensors offer multi-functionality, enabling industries to monitor various parameters simultaneously. From distance measurement and object detection to liquid level monitoring, these sensors provide comprehensive data that empowers industries to streamline processes, improve decision-making, and optimize resource utilization.

 

6. Improved Safety Measures:

Safety is paramount in industrial environments, and ultrasonic sensors play a pivotal role in enhancing safety measures. These sensors can detect objects, obstacles, or personnel in real-time, triggering alerts or automated responses to prevent collisions or accidents. Their ability to function effectively in low-light or no-light conditions further enhances workplace safety.

 

7. Cost-Effective Solution:

Ultrasonic sensors offer a cost-effective solution for industries looking to upgrade their sensing technology. With minimal maintenance requirements and long service life, these sensors provide an excellent return on investment. The reduction in downtime and operational disruptions further contributes to overall cost efficiency.

 

8. Integration with Industry 4.0:

In the era of Industry 4.0, connectivity and data integration are pivotal. Ultrasonic sensors seamlessly integrate with digital systems, enabling real-time data monitoring and analysis. This connectivity facilitates predictive maintenance, optimized workflows, and contributes to the overall digitization of industrial processes.

 

9. Energy-Efficient Operations:

Ultrasonic sensors operate with low power consumption, making them an energy-efficient choice for industries seeking to minimize their environmental impact. This eco-friendly aspect aligns with sustainability goals and positions ultrasonic sensors as key components in green and energy-conscious initiatives.

 

10. Ease of Installation and Configuration:

Ultrasonic sensors are known for their user-friendly installation and configuration. Industries can seamlessly integrate these sensors into their existing systems with minimal disruption. The simplicity of setup translates to quicker deployment, ensuring that industries can swiftly leverage the benefits of ultrasonic technology.

In conclusion, ultrasonic sensors stand as pillars of precision in the industrial automation landscape, offering a spectrum of benefits that elevate operational efficiency, safety, and cost-effectiveness. As industries continue to embrace advanced technologies, ultrasonic sensors prove to be catalysts for innovation, enabling the seamless transition towards smarter and more connected industrial processes. Embrace the power of ultrasonic sensors and unlock new dimensions of performance in your industrial operations.

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