Magnetostrictive Level Sensors Last Through A Blast

Explosion proof and non-incendive, the MPX Series magnetostrictive level sensor promises accurate and repeatable level readings in a wide variety of liquid-level measurement applications. The component’s large, buoyant, and robust float allows it to be used in harsh applications where fouling or buildup might otherwise be of concern. A lighter weight design allows it to be used in applications where space is limited. A different version, the MPX-E Chemical has a chemical resistant coating, allowing for use in corrosive, acidic, and marine environments. A third variant, the MPX-F’s flexible stainless steel stem allows for installation in tall tanks without needing a crane. Shared features include Class 1 Division 1 Groups C & D, Class 1 Zone 1, Class 1 Zone 2 ratings, 4 mA to 20 mA, RS-485 (Modbus RTU) outputs, lengths up to 32 ft. (9.75m), dual-level (interface) measurement, and a tank volume/level strapping table. For further details and more specs, MPX and MPX mobile datasheets are available. Automation Products Group Inc. Logan, UT. 888-525-7300 and 435-753-7300

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