The Echomax® XPS transducer is one of the most advanced level measurement devices on the market. With its impressive range and ultrasonic technology it is able to be used in a variety of water level measurement scenarios.
This instrument, although able to be used in a variety of sectors, is perhaps most notably used in operations of water and/or wastewater as a water level measurement device. Using the XPS means that the user will be absolutely sure that the level of the liquid or solid that they are measuring is absolutely correct. It is able to be completely immersed in place that it is measuring, without risk of damage. This assurance of reliability is made clear in the fact that the instrument is resistant to corrosive chemicals and steam, while also able to be installed without flanges. Furthermore, the XPS can withstand great deals of high temperature as it can resist a maximum temperature of 95 °C (203 °F). The XPS comes in the following models: XPS-10, XPS-15 and XPS-30, which measure up to 10,15 and 30 meters respectively. Any of these variances can be ordered for a variety of needs.
The technology of this instrument is the most state of the art and trustworthy technology on the market. As mentioned, the XPS uses ultrasonic technology to measure the level of water or other liquids/solids. While in use the transducer emits acoustic pulses in a small beam. From there, the level measurer calculates the propagation time between the emission of the pulse and its echo. What all this means is that the user will have the most accurate data available when monitoring their levels.
Key Benefits Include:
- Integral temperature compensation
- Low ringing effect reduces blanking distance
- Optional foam facing for dusty applications
- Self-cleaning and low maintenance
- Chemically resistant
- Hermetically sealed
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