Miniflex LR

Non-contact ultrasonic level measurement is one of the most versatile level measuring technologies available today. Still, the Miniflex LR moves these boundaries further into the next generation.

Miniflex LR, with its wide range of transducers and advanced PULSE Window Echo Tracking technology, is capable of measuring virtually any liquid or solid and can be used in a wide range of industries from water and waste to chemical and process, to quarry and aggregate.

The programming is via a simple five-button keypad behind an IP65-rated front cover. The two-line,16-digit display enables programming and configuration without using a manual by merely utilising a flow programming chart, reducing set-up time to a minimum. 

Miniflex LR utilises automatic gain control to cater for changing vessel characteristics such as foam or agitation, ensuring the instrument always receives stable, 'true' echoes.

Stirrers and agitators rotating in front of a conventional ultrasonic transducer will produce a signal indicating a higher product level within the tank; however, the Miniflex LR has advanced echo extraction routines. These will effectively blank out the stirrers, so the correct level is constantly monitored, providing reliable and stable output.

Miniflex LR

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  • Multi-programmable
  • Level/flow/volume/pump control
  • Advanced echo extraction
  • Chemical resistant transducers
  • 5-button intuitive programming
  • Distance / differential control
  • EX hazardous area approvals
  • 16-digit two-line LCD backlit display
  • Non-contact measurement principle
  • Displays level and ullage
Measuring Range :
0 - 10 m

Accuracy :

Maximum Temperature :
-40ºC to +90ºC

EX Option :

Miniflex LR Ultrasonic Level Measurement - Datasheet
Miniflex LR Ultrasonic Level Controller - Manual v4

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