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Endress Hauser FMB53 Pressure sensor Level measurement

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              Endress Hauser FMB53 Pressure sensor Level measurement
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Endress Hauser FMB53 Pressure sensor Level measurement
The Deltapilot FMB53 is a cable version with mounting clamp. This device with the Contite measuring cell is typically used in the environmental industries. It is made for level measurement in liquid and paste-like media in open or closed containers and unaffected by possible foam formation. For use in SIL2 safety systems.

Endress Hauser FMB53 Pressure sensor Level measurement
Benefit

Hermetically sealed Contite measuring cell with condensate-resistance, high reference accuracy: ±0.2%, optionally ±0.1% and minimum temperature effects
Modular concept for easy replacement of display or electronics
Seamless and independent system integration (HART/PA/FF)
Easy and safe menu-guided operation: On-site via display module, via 4 to 20mA with HART, via PROFIBUS PA, via FOUNDATION Fieldbus
International usage thanks to a wide range of approvals
 
Endress Hauser FMB53 Pressure sensor Level measurement
Field of application

For level measurement.
 
Process connection: Suspension clamp
Temperature: With PE cable: -10 to +70°C (+14 to +158°F), with FEP cable: -10 to +80°C (+14 to +176°F)
Measuring range: 0.1 to 10bar / 100m H2O (1.5 to 150psi / 300ft H2O)
Accuracy: ±0.2%, ±0.1% (option)
International explosion protection certificates, overfill prevention WHG, SIL, drinking water approval

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HONGKONG XIEYUAN TECH CO., LIMITED
Telephone:86-027-85880977
Mobile :86-13545206420(Whatapp&Wechat is available)
Fax:86-027-85309780
Skype:Diana@hkxytech.com
E-mail:Diana@hkxytech.com
Website:www.hkxy-lowvoltage.com


 
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