Level, conductivity and temperature transmitter, Analogue current output: 4-20 mA, Digital I/O, P-NET via RS485
• Compact sanitary design – designed for the food industry
• Level, conductivity and temperature sensor in a single unit
• Handles foam in liquid – only the equivalent liquid of the foam is included
• Reliable continuous level measurement
• Designed for top mounting in vessel
• Flexible configurations to suit your specific application
• Conductivity sensor
• Temperature sensor, process temperature range 0 °C to 100 °C
• Analogue current output: 4-20 mA
• Digital I/O
• Programmable in COPP
• P-NET via RS485
- Compact sanitary design – designed for the food industry
- Level, conductivity and temperature sensor in a single unit.
- Handles foam in liquid – only the equivalient liquid of the foam is counted
- Reliable continuous level measurement
- Designed for top mounting in vessel
- Flexible configurations to suit your specific application
- Conductivity sensor
- Temperature sensor, process temperature range 0 °C to 100 °C
- Analogue current output: 4-20 mA
- Digital I/O
- Programmable in COPP
- P-NET via RS485
The PD 940 Dipstick is a hygienic electronic level sensor for electrically conductive liquids.
The Dipstick is developed to measure the level in a metal tank.
The measuring principle of the Dipstick is designed to work where the liquid is covered by foam, typically in an air eliminator. The Dipstick measures level, liquid conductivity and temperature. A fast reacting temperature sensor is mounted in the Tip of the Dipstick.
Temperature range is 0 °C to 100 °C.
The level measurement is independent of the liquid conductivity, so the Dipstick is self-calibrating and can be used with different liquids without any recalibration.
The PD 940 Dipstick is mounted on the vessel using a clamp connection, with a special flange welded onto the vessel.
The Dipstick is divided into the Stick and the Tip. The tip is electrically isolated from the stick, and is used to measure the conductivity of the liquid. The tip also contains a temperature sensor at its end.
The distance between the Tip and the tank affects the conductivity measurement. The recommended minimum distance between the Dipstick (including the tip) and the walls of the tank is 50 mm.
For proper level and conductivity measurement, no isolating layer is allowed to cover neither the Stick nor the Tip or the tank. The result of the measurement is only valid when the entire Tip and Stick are clean.
Below you can download different CAD files.