Registered Product Information
Radar Level Transmitter
FOUNDATION Field Device
Smart Transmitter for continuous and non-contact level measurement
Cost-effective 2-wire technology Suitable for hazardous locations
Application The Micropilot M is used for continuous, non-contact level
measurement of liquids, pastes, and slurries. The measurement is not
affected by changing media, temperature changes, gas blankets or vapours.
The FMR 230 is especially suited for measurement in buffer and process
tanks. The FMR 231 has its strengths wherever high chemical compatibility
is required. The FMR 240 with the small (1½") horn antenna is ideally
suited for small vessels. Additionally, it provides an accuracy of ±3 mm.
The Wave Guide provides the solution for horizontal cylindrical tanks.
The FMR 244 combines the advantages of the horn antenna with high
chemical resistance. The FMR 245 - highly resistant, easy to clean. Your
benefits A real alternative to differential pressure, floats and
displacers. 2-wire technology reduces wiring costs and allows easy
implementation into existing systems. Non-contact measurement.
Measurement is almost independent from product properties. Easy on-site
operation via menu-driven alphanumeric display. Easy commissioning,
documentation and diagnostics via operating software (ToF Tool). 2
frequency ranges approx. 6 GHz (FMR 230/FMR 231) and 26 GHz (FMR
240/244/245) : No compromises, the right frequency for every application.
??Foundation Fieldbus or HART respectively PROFIBUS PA protocol. ??High
temperatures: Suitable for process temperatures up to +200 °C (392 °F),
up to 400 °C (752°F) with high-temperature antenna. ??Rod antenna with
inactive length: Reliable measurement in narrow nozzles, with
condensation and build-up in the nozzle. Application in safety related
systems (overspill protection) with requirements for functional safety up
to SIL 2 in accordance to IEC 61508/IEC 61511-1.
Registered Product Details
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FOUNDATION Physical Layer Profile:
111 - Standard-power signaling, bus-powered, Entity Model I.S.
Endress + Hauser
FOUNDATION Stack Class:
Alarms and Events
Function Block Linking
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