Friday 19 February 2010

A growing family

For more than 40 years, Endress+Hauser has been the leading provider in the area of continuous level measurement by ultrasonics.

In the new Prosonic T FMU30, a compact sensor enters the market which provides, apart from an attractive price, also numerous new features. It replaces the old FMU230/FMU231 series and stands out with convincing functionalities. The menu-driven operation via a graphic display in national languages makes commissioning easy and safe. Warning and alarm messages in plain text safeguard the swift rectification of problems. Seeing what the sensor sees – the envelop curve is an important instrument for measured value analysis in time-of-flight measuring methods. It can be displayed directly on site and permits immediate fault tracking. The simplicity in commissioning, operation and maintenance saves time and thus money.

The new Prosonic T uses the extremely stable and tried and tested software algorithms which are also employed in the already established Prosonic M. This software permits the optimum adaptation of the measuring performance of the sensor to the respective application – from medium properties through to the type of tank – and this provides an additional benefit in terms of process safety. In addition, the new software facilitates the suppression of interfering reflectors like agitators, ladders and nozzles. This so-called mapping prevents the reaction of the sensor to such obstacles and permits non-contact measurement also in tight installation conditions.

Prosonic T covers a maximum measuring range of 8m in liquids and 3.5m in bulk solids. It is available with a 1½“and 2“process connection and designed for temperatures from -20 to +60°C.

Prosonic T FMU30 is the cost-effective all-rounder for numerous applications in liquids and bulk solids. The range covers from level monitoring in sewage plants and process water tanks through to measurements in loading, storage and buffer tanks as well as conveyor belt monitoring.

As they say themselves, "Simple, reliable and universal – that is the new Prosonic T generation!"

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