Endress+Hauser Announces Smart Radar Level Gauge
The two-wire, loop-powered level gauge reduces wiring costs and installs easily into existing systems reducing start-up time and costs. Operation of the Micropilot M is made easy by the alphanumeric display on-site, and the PC operating software (Time-of-Flight) that comes standard allows for easy commissioning, documentation, and maintenance.
The sanitary design of the Micropilot M allows it to be cleaned through clean-in-place (CIP) and sterilize-in-place (SIP) processes. The device does not have to be removed from the tank during CIP/SIP cleaning and allows fully automated processes without human interaction.
Two frequency ranges (6 GHz with the FMR 230/231version, and 26GHz with the FMR 240/244/245 version) ensure that the right frequency will be used for each application protecting the safety of personnel and the plant. The Micropilot M is suitable for process temperatures up to 390°F (200°C) and up to 750°F (400°C) with a high-temperature antenna.
The rod antenna with an inactive length comes standard with the Micropilot M and ensures reliable measurement in narrow nozzles with condensation build-up in the nozzle. Digital communication is possible via HART®, Profibus-PA, or Foundation Fieldbus protocols.
The Micropilot M is part of the ToF family of products Endress+Hauser, Inc. has to offer. We have the know-how in level applications from decades of pioneering level measuring technologies. Choose the Micropilot M (radar), Prosonic M (ultrasonic), or the Levelflex M (guided radar) to best suit the application and budget.
For more information, Request Endress+Hauser Product Literature, visit their website at www.us.endress.com or call 888-ENDRESS.
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