Continuous Capacitance Level Transmitter 4-20mA, Loop Powered
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Continuous Capacitance Level Transmitter 4-20mA, Loop Powered Picture
  • OEM applications
  • Low cost
  • Continuous loop powered 4-20mA operation
  • Microprocessor Based
  • Non-interactive zero and span calibration
  • Calibration accomplished with 4 push buttons
  • NEMA 4 rated aluminum housing
  • Standard fitting 3/4” NPT
  • Standard or custom probe lengths are availbale from 6 inches to 20 feet

The LTX05 level sensors are primarily designed for OEM continuous liquid level measurement applications. The assembly consists of NEMA 4 aluminum flip-cover head which houses the electronics, stainless steel process connection and PFA teflon® coated stainless steel probe. LTX05 can withstand extremely corrosive materials. The rugged construction is gas-tight to pressures from vacuum to 34 bar ( 500 psi ). LTX05 is low cost and intended for OEM applications.

LTX05 series, 2 wire level transmitters, are highly reliable microprocessor based, sensors designed to measure tank levels of liquids or certain dry bulk media. LTX sensors measure the change in capacitance that occurs as the tank level changes, and outputs a standard loop-powered 4-20 mA signal. LTX sensors use very high frequency, very low amplitude sensing circuitry to greatly minimize the effects of coating on the sensing probe. Calibration, zero and span, is accomplished via 4 push-buttons on the transmitter.

  • Water and other conductive liquids in metal tanks
  • Acids
  • Water-based liquids
  • Diesel fuels
  • Hydraulic oils
  • Vegetable oils
  • MEK and other solvants
Continuous Capacitance Level Transmitter 4-20mA, Loop Powered Details

  • Model Number

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    Electronic Module

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    Probe Material

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    Probe Length 'L'
      From 6 to 144 inches

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