BlueLevel Technologies RF Admittance Level Probe For High Process Temperatures
Date Posted: September 17, 2013
Sterling, IL—“The Model AP/APX RF admittance point level sensor is now available in cost effective designs specifically for use where internal vessel temperatures can reach up to 842⁰F (450⁰C)”, says Joe Lewis, Managing Director of BlueLevel Technologies, Inc.
The Model AP/APX RF admittance point level sensor is available for use detecting the presence and absence of liquid, slurries and bulk solids in a wide variety of applications.
We are pleased to introduce the new High Temp and Super High Temp versions of the Model AP/APX product line.
All probe versions include integral electronics with a universal 20-255VAC/VDC power supply, DPDT relay output that is fail-safe on power failure, a remote function test input and the Model AP unit for ordinary locations includes a large lens for highly visible local LED indication of the normal/alarm status.
The Model AP/APX high temperature version includes stainless steel and PEEK probe construction for use in process temperatures up to 450⁰F (150⁰C).
The super high temperature version is for use in applications where the process temperature can reach 842⁰F (450⁰C) on a continuous basis and utilizes stainless steel and ceramic probe materials of construction.
Both high temperature probes use a stainless steel process connection, the High temp version a 1” NPT connection and the Super High temperature version is a 1¼” NPT threaded process connection.
Both include the same NEMA Type 4X powder coated enclosure.
BlueLevel Technologies is the service leader in the manufacture and supply of bin level indicators, silo inventory monitors, proximity sensors and aeration devices.
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