Monday 4 January 2010


New level probe for hydrostatic measurement

The new Waterpilot FMX21 of Endress+Hauser is a robust long-term stable pressure sensor for hydrostatic level measurement. It represents the highest degree of reliability and safety. The housing variants are aligned to application requirements in an optimum fashion and make Waterpilot well suited to potable water, waste water through to seawater applications.

The ceramic measuring cell is particularly robust, long-term stable and extremely exact which is predominantly reflected by its high resistance in overload conditions and aggressive media.

It is protected against climatic impairment by potted electronics and a 2-filter pressure compensation system. The communication of the level probe is effected via a 4-20 mA HART signal.

A Pt100 temperature sensor is available as an option and facilitates the simultaneous measurement of level and medium temperature. This enables the unit to correct measuring errors resulting from temperature-caused density fluctuations of the water. The automatic density compensation increases the accuracy of the level probe considerably.

Optimum cable marking saves time and costs during the installation of the level probe in applications requiring a defined immersion depth.

Waterpilot FMX21 has all relevant potable water approvals (KTW, NSF, ACS). Furthermore, all common approvals for applications in hazardous areas are available.

An extensive program of accessories makes Waterpilot FMX21 the comprehensive measuring point solution.

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