VF7

The Reflex VF7 TDR microwave level control transmitter is ideal for the measurement of liquids, powders and granules up to a range of 35 m. The unit is unaffected by pressure, temperature, viscosity, vacuum, foam, dust, changes in dielectric constant or coating of the probe. VF7 can measure virtually any product in either Direct or TBF mode, utilising any one of the seven available probe types.

Pulses of low power microwaves are sent along a conductor, at the point where the waves meet the product surface, they are reflected back. The intensity of the reflection depends on the dielectric constant of the product. The higher the dielectric constant, the stronger the reflection will be, e.g. up to 80% for water.

The instrument measures the time between emission and reception of the microwave signal which is proportional to the distance. TDR guided wave radar can be used in two different modes: for level measurement or interface measurement of two different liquids.

The VF7 can measure product with a dielectric rating as low as 1.1 Dk and can provide an accuracy of ±3 mm on liquids as standard. It is suitable for high-pressure applications up to 300 bar and can measure the interface between liquids such as oil and water. In short, VF7 is a powerful and accurate TDR unit for demanding applications.

VF7

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  • Universal technology for liquids/solids 
  • 1/2” BSP process connections
  • Unaffected by dust during a fill 
  • Immune to pressure, foam, dust, temperature, viscosity and vacuum
  • Corrosion & chemical resistant 
  • Capable of measuring 1.1 Dk interface 
  • High-pressure options up to 300 bar
  • Safety integrity level SIL1 
Measuring Range :
0 - 35 m

Accuracy :
+/- 2 mm

Maximum Temperature :
300ºC

ATEX Option :
Yes

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VF7 TDR Level Gauge - Manual v2

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