MD50 Cable

The MD50 is a cable-mounted admittance switch for top-mounted high-level applications.

Admittance probes utilise similar technology to capacitance to detect product level but feature an additional reference probe.

The probe changes output when the product enters the vicinity of, or makes contact with, the sensor. This operating principle is reliant upon the dielectric properties of the media. The advantage of this technology is that it can work with a considerable build-up on the probe without false switching as it can distinguish between a coating and product level.

Hycontrol supplies the MD series probes with a pre-set material detection sensitivity, which suits most applications. Only when a sticky conductive material is to be detected may increased sensitivity be required. Unlike some competitive products, the transmitter does not require replacement with a more sensitive model should sensitivity adjustment be required. A range selection switch and potentiometer are provided for maximum sensitivity adjustment flexibility. Their low maintenance requirements make them an ideal choice for many applications.

MD50 Cable

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  • Unaffected by material coating on the sensing probe
  • No moving parts to wear out
  • Easy installation through a 1” BSP process fitting
  • High corrosion and chemical resistance as standard options
  • Ideal for high-level detection
  • Low maintenance technology with no moving parts
  • Adjustable sensitivity for a wide range of products
  • Adjustable time delay stops spurious signals from surface ripple
  • Interface level detection
  • High and low failsafe selection options
Standard Length :
5 m

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MD Series Admittance Probes - Datasheet
MD Series Admittance Probes Setting Procedure - Manual v1

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