These high performance Pressure Sensors are suited for measurements in in pipes and containers. However, the high accuracy of our Pressure Sensors capacitive ceramic gauge head makes it an effective fill level monitor as well.
Pressure Sensor Accuracy
Our Pressure Sensors can record fill levels with an accuracy of one centimeter in containers that stand five meters tall. Measurement instruments with a 1000 mbar measurement range have proven to be very useful for these types of applications. When measuring the fill level of water, 10 mbar of pressure corresponds to 10 cm water height. The instrument displays the pressure value digitally.
Fill Level Measurement
The fill level measurement is not effected by foam on the liquid's surface. Suspended matter inside the container will not effect the measurement either - as long as the matter does not disturb the pressure distribution in the area surrounding the sensor membrane. The Pressure Sensor is a compact device that contains all the measurement and evaluation electronics. It is designed for use with 24 V DC. In addition to many programmable features, it also provides two PNP switch outputs and a 4 to 20 mA current output. Additionally we offer a model with 2 switching points and a rapid programming feature which can be used, for example, for minimum and maximum detection in a container. A model with one analog output only is also availble.
Pressure Sensor Functionality
The Pressure Sensors are designed to be screwed into the wall of a pressure container or a pipe. The medium contacts the sensor's ceramic gauge head directly. A pressure mediating fluid is not used. The dry capacitive gauge head provides a high level of overload stability. The medium pressure will cause the measurement membrane to deflect by a maximum of 0.03 mm. At maximum deflection, the membrane lies against the ceramic carrier, thereby enabling an instrument designed for a pressure range of 0 to 16 bar to withstand an overload or pressure spike of up to 64 bar without being damaged. When the overload passes, the membrane returns to its neutral position without exhibiting any hysteresis.
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Pressure Sensor Display
Deflection of the membrane against the ceramic carrier effects a capacity change that the integrated microprocessor-controlled evaluating electronics convert into a pressure-proportional DC signal of 4 to 20 mA. The measurement value is displayed on the four-digit LED display, whereby all values canbe freely scaled to four digits with up to three decimal places. The signal can be processed internally with buffering of up to 30 seconds, thereby making it possible to diminish pressure spikes in pipes.
Three buttons and a four-digit LED display enable the user to calibrate the sensor measurement range and to program the PNP switch outputs, and the buffering. Only a few button combinations are required to rapidly complete configuration. Both integrated PNP switch outputs are freely programmable, allowing the user to adjust the limit value, hysteresis, and functionality type (normally closed or normally open) as needed. A LED signals the switching condition of the PNP switch outputs. The programmed data is stored in an EEPROM, providing security even in the event of power failure.
The sensors DN 752 GPP and DN 752 GA have a three-digit LED display and they allow a fast and easy programming for either two switchpoints or one analog output.
Pressure Sensor Sealing Materials
The Pressure Sensor membrane must be resistant to the medium in which the sensor will be used. A fluoroelastomer (FPM) gasket is standard equipment.
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Approval for safety applications
Sensors for personal security must have a qualifification approval according to EN 954-1 and must be labeled accordingly. Sensors that are not labeled must not be used for applications of this kind.
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