The FLO-CORP Ranger Plus™ LTRP Ultrasonic Level Transmitter provides non-contact level measurement up to 35 feet and features 3 analog outputs and 2 switches. Precision monitoring for liquid applications, from wastewater to refined chemicals.
The Ranger Plus™ Ultrasonic Level Sensor provides accurate non-contacting level measurement up to 35 feet and features (3) Analog Outputs and (2) Switches. The analog output modes are 0-10 VDC, 4-20mA Sinking and 4-20mA Sourcing. The switches are configurable as either “PNP” or “NPN” type (sourcing or sinking). Each has an adjustable set point, hysteresis, window, initial conditions, ON delay, OFF delay and loss of target response to easily create controls and alarms. The sensor is housed in a chemically inert PVDF sealed housing for durability and long life. The sensor is well suited for a wide range of corrosive, sticky or dirty type media. The Ranger Plus™ applications include pump control, bulk inventory, batch processing, water management, high/low level alarms and much more. To configure, monitor and data log your application, download the Ranger Plus Software and purchase one RS-485 communication tool.
Maximum Accuracy: Specifically calibrated for customer’s application
Reliable: Non-contacting sensor for trouble-free operation
Saves Money: Low cost of ownership
Highly Adaptable: Selection of multiple outputs available
Durable: PVDF corrosion resistant enclosure
Warranty: Five-year warranty available
Active Measuring Range: 4″ – 120″
Accuracy: 1.0mm+/- 1%
Process Connection: LTRP-10: 1.5″ NPT, LTRP-35: 2″ NPT
Transmitter & Switch
Aerospace, Agriculture, Government Agencies, Iron, Steel & Metal, Life Sciences, Minerals & Mining, Original Equipment Manufacturers, Power & Energy, Pulp & Paper, Refined Products, Renewable Energy
The FLO-CORP Ranger Two™ LTRP-2 Ultrasonic Level Transmitter (measurement up to 30ft.) is designed for level and distance measurement in remote monitoring and other difficult outdoor applications. Features include a stainless steel housing for rugged indoor or outdoor use, surge protection, and the ability to connect to one sensor up to 32 sensors optimized with RS-485 output to the CONNEX 3D Cellular Monitor.
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