DP130 Diamond Point

The operating principle for all Hycontrol vibrating probe level switches relies on a piezoelectric crystal, used to force a blade to oscillate at its fundamental frequency (sometimes also referred to as the natural resonance). When the blades come into contact with the process medium, this dampens the natural frequency of oscillation; the electronics sense the change in frequency which causes the unit to switch.

The DP Series from Hycontrol all operate on this principle; all share the diamond-shaped probe design, which prevents product accumulation and promotes self-cleaning. This product family has several variants to allow for precise matching to each application.

If the application requires a longer insertion, the DP130 offers users the ability to exactly set the insertion length to the length required using a welded pipe between the vibrating probe and the 1½” mounting socket. The maximum insertion length for the DP130 is 2 metres, allowing users a wider range of level switch options in their process.

The DP130 is suitable for top or angular mounting. Refer to the datasheet in the links below for more information. With minimum maintenance requirements and a strong track record of success, the DP130 is fully Ground Level Test-enabled, providing users with guarantees of functionality and reducing working at height requirements.

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  • No moving parts to wear and no maintenance re
  • Very strong and robust
  • Unaffected by environmental changes
  • ATEX options
  • Simple to install
  • Measures products from 10 grammes/litre
  • Only sensitive near the probe tip 
  • Insertion length up to 2 metres
Standard Length :
Up to 2 m

Minimum Product Density :
10 gpl

Maximum Temperature :
-20ºC to +80ºC

ATEX Option :

DP Series Vibrating Level Switches for Solids - Datasheet

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