The NEW Tracer 1000™ 3G LTT1-3G Guided Wave Radar Level Transmitter features a built-in digital display and a multi-phase interface level with RS485 Modbus output for easy to read, easy to integrate, real-time data in liquids, solids and slurry applications.
Part Number: LTT1-3G
Replaces Part Number: LTT1-1
The Tracer 1000™ 3G Guided Wave Radar Level Transmitter is ideal for level measurement of liquids, solids, bulk materials, sludge, powders and granules. With a maximum measuring distance of 60ft. the guided-wave technology sends the radar pulse down a probe to measure either liquids or solids. The pulse hits the surface and is reflected back up the probe to the sensor, where the transit time is translated into a distance using time of fight and time expansion. The amplitude of the reflection depends on the dielectric constant of the product. This technology is not affected by pressure, temperature, viscosity, vacuum, foam, dust, changes in dielectric constant or coating of the probe.
Reliable Measurement: High-frequency radar impulses
Easy Operation: Interface level measurement, simple setup
Maximum Accuracy: Specifically calibrated for customer’s application
Easy Installation: Specifically calibrated for customer’s application
Highly Adaptable: Changes in viscosity, density, or acidity do not effect accuracy. Boiling surfaces, dust, foam, vapor do not effect device performance
Warranty: Five-year warranty available
Range: Up to 60′
Measurement: Liquids, Slurries, Solids
Accuracy: ± 3mm
Process Mount: Standard: 3/4″NPT
Liquids & Solids
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.
Part Number: LTRP-2
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