Ultrasonic Level Transducer
Echomax® XRS-5 ultrasonic transducer provides reliable, continuous level monitoring of liquids and slurries in narrow lift stations/ wet wells, flumes, weirs and filter beds using a beam angle of just 10° and a CSM rubber face. The XRS-5 is non-contacting with a measuring range from 0.3 to 8 m (1 to 26 ft). Advanced echo processing ensures reliable data even in conditions with obstructions, turbulence and foam. The hermetically sealed CSM rubber face and the PVDF co-polymer enclosure are designed for maximum resistance to methane, salt water, caustics and harsh chemicals common to wastewater installations.
EchoMax XRS-5 with IP68 protection is a rugged ultrasonic sensor that is fully submersible in the event of flood conditions. In addition, a submergence shield will maintain a high level reading output during submerged conditions. The low-cost XRS-5 transducer is compatible with a full range of Siemens controllers, from a basic system for high/low alarm or simple pump control, up to advanced control systems with communications, telemetry and SCADA integration capabilities.
Key Applications: wet wells, flumes, weirs, filter beds.
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Narrow beam angle of only 10°
Chemically resistant PVDF copolymer enclosure and CSM rubber face
Measuring range: 8 m (26 ft) for measurement of liquids and slurries.
Fully submersible: IP68 degree of protection
Easy installation with 1" NPT or R 1" BSPT connection
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.