Endress+Hauser FMU30-AAHEAAGGF ultrasonic measurement, Endress+Hauser Prosonic FMU30. Compact transmitters for non-contact level measurement of fluids, pastes and coarse bulk materials.
FMU30 ultrasonic sensor offers proven software algorithms and all warning and alarm messages are shown on the four-line plain text display and guarantee fast remedy of problems. The envelope curve can also be shown on the display. As the analysis results are displayed directly on-site, this ensures quick and accurate error diagnostics. The range of applications extends from monitoring levels in sewage treatment plants and process water tanks to applications for loading, storage and buffer tanks.
Product name: Prosonic T FMU30
Order code: FMU30-AAHEAAGGF
|Display; Operation:||H||Envelope curve display on site; push button|
|Electrical Connection:||E||Gland M20, IP68|
|Sensor; Max Range; Blocking Distance:||AA||1-1/2"; 5m liquid/ 2m solid; 0.25m|
|Process Connection:||GGF||Thread ISO228 G1-1/2, PP|
Endress+Hauser Prosonic FMU30 Features:
● Quick and simple commissioning via menu-guided onsite operation with four-line plain text display, 7 languages selectable
● Linearization function (up to 32 points) for conversion of the measured value into any unit of length, volume or flow rate
● Non-contact measurement method minimizes service requirements
● Installation possible from thread G 1½ or 1½ NPT upwards
● Integrated temperature sensor for automatic correction of the temperature dependent sound velocity
● Two-wire instrument for continuous non-contact level and flow measurement.
● Process connection: Thread
● Temperature: -20 to +60°C (-4 to +140°F)
● Pressure: +0.7 to +3bar (+10 to +44psi)
● International explosion protection certificates
Endress+Hauser Prosonic T FMU30 Ultrasonic Level Measurement
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