SITRANS LC300 is an inverse frequency shift capacitance continuous level transmitter for liquids and solids applications. It is ideal for standard industrial applications in chemical, hydrocarbon processing, food and beverage and mining, aggregate and cement industries. SITRANS LC300 is a 2-wire level measurement instrument combining a sophisticated, yet easy-to-adjust microprocessor with field-proven probes. It is available in two versions: rod and cable. SITRANS LC300 has a stainless steel process connection with PFA-lined probe. Materials with low or high dielectric properties are accurately measured and Active-Shield technology helps in ignoring the effects of buildup near vessel nozzle.
Key Applications: Conductive and non-conductive media including liquids and solids in standard industrial processes and bulk solids applications involving dust or chemical processes involving vapour
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Active-Shield technology so measurement is unaffected by material buildup in active shield section
Highly accurate and reliable PFA-lined probes
Integrated local LCD display
2-wire (4 to 20 mA) current loop design
Current signalling according to NAMUR NE 43
Push-button calibration and programming
What precision and reliability mean for your applications
Your facility is a busy place - and materials and conditions inside your tanks/vessels/wells are always changing. Siemens ultrasonics selects the correct echo after every measurement, giving you stable readings while still allowing rapid response to actual changes in the material level. The result? Operations are more cost-effective. Inventory monitoring is always precise. Processes can be better controlled. And expensive spill cleanups can be avoided.