The SC35 series vibrating fork point level sensor uses state-of-the-art piezoelectric crystal and electronic technology to design and manufacture a point level sensor. That does not require any calibration and can diagnose potential problems, including material build-up and abrasion to the primary sensing elements.
The SC35 series is a vibrating fork point level sensor that can be used to detect the presence and absence of of bulk solid material over a very wide range of material densities.
The minimum density that the SC35 series can detect is 0.624lbs/cubic foot (10g/l).
Other features of the SC35 series vibrating fork point level sensor include self-diagnostics, a small compact housing, potted electronics, universal 19-253VAC/VDC power supply and the availability of standard, pipe extended, high temperature and cable extended probe versions.
The SC35 series vibrating fork point level sensor uses piezoelectric crystal and Solidstate electronics technologies to produce vibration in the tuning fork element at a specific frequency and receive electronic feedback.
When the probe element is covered or in contact with the target material the vibration is dampened, the electronic feedback changes and presence of the material is thereby sensed by the electronics, which changes the state of the sensor output to indicate material presence.
When the tuning fork probe element is again free of the target material the vibration again is produced, the output state reverts to indicate material absence.
For more information, please visit our SCX2 Series product page, contact Aplus Finetek Sensor, Inc. at 909-598-2488 or email us at email@example.com.
In point level detection, a point level switch detects when a certain predefined level is reached. Such a device is employed when it is not necessary to measure every possible intermediate level, as is the case with A switching command starts or stops filling equipment such as / or pumps. Point level switches outputting a binary signal can be integrated into a process control system.
Point level detection systems can be used in liquids, pastes, powders or coarse bulk solids.