Laser level transmitter for dry bulk solids

LaserTrak 200 laser transmitter measures level of bulk solids at distances of up to 200 ft (60 m) using a very small wavelength.

10/25/2004



LaserTrak 200 laser transmitter measures level of bulk solids at distances of up to 200 ft (60 m) using a very small wavelength. Device has virtually no beam divergence and can be narrowly focused even over long distances. All digital design provides speed and accuracy in a compact unit. Advanced timing and self-correcting signal processing functions let the device operate in harsh environments. System can select a true signal in the presence of dust found in silos of coal, plastics, or grain, or in mines or quarries. Instrument is housed in a rugged, powder-coated alumi-num enclosure rated for IP65 or NEMA 4X, with Class II and III, Div. 1 and 2, Groups E, F, and G dust ignition proof ratings to FM and CSA.

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