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Flowline LR30-0010-10

Flowline - LR30-0010-10 - Level Transmitter; EchoPluse Radar; 30m Rng; 26 GHz Pulse; PA66; GP; with configurator View larger image View larger image
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Flowline Level Transmitter; EchoPluse Radar; 30m Rng; 26 GHz Pulse; PA66; GP; with configurator
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Body Style: Horn
Brand/Series: LR30 Series
Mounting Type: Bracketed
Output: 4-20 mA
Range, Measurement: 1-98.4 Ft.
Sensing Mode: Radar
Supply Voltage: 16-26 VDC
Type: Analog


The general purpose 26 GHz pulse radar level transmitter provides continuous level measurement up to 98.4 Ft. (30 m) with a 4-20 mA signal output, and is configured via its remote push button display module. The non-contact liquid level sensor is intended for industrial wastewater, municipal storm or sewer lift station, reservoir, river, canal or flume applications located below or above grade. Select this sensor for challenging application conditions that may include light surface foam or agitation, small trash or plant material, wind, condensation or vapor. Each comes with a 32.8 Ft. (10 m) cable, mounting bracket and display module. The sensor is intended for bracket mount or conduit mount installation suspended above the liquid level.

  • Rugged IP68 Sensor Enclosure with 316 L Mounting Bracket
  • Simple Configuration via Remote Push Button Display Module
  • 26 GHz Pulse Radar is Unaffected by Sump Process Conditions
  • Wall Mounted Display with Windowed Enclosure Rated IP67
  • 12 in. (30 cm) Dead Band Enables Utilization of the Entire Sump
  • LCD Displays Level in Feet or Meters with Percent of Span Bar
  • Optional Display Mode Indicates the Echo Signal Return Curve
  • Auto-temperature Compensation for Accurate Measurement
  • Fail-safe Diagnostics with Selectable Signal Fail-safe Outputs
  • Recognition, Storage and Rejection of False Echo Signal Returns