Level sensors

Bulkscan® LMS511 sensor - Sick

Non-contact and maintenance-free measurement of volume flow.
The Bulkscan® LMS511 uses time-of-flight laser technology to provide non-contact volume flow measurements on conveyor belts. No matter what kind of bulk materials are involved or how bad weather conditions are, the multi-echo technology allows the Bulkscan® LMS511 sensor, from Sick, to generate a reliable volume flow signal using the laser's time of flight and the belt speed.
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Hydrostatic level sensor - LFH – Sick

The level probe LFH, from Sick, is a robust pressure transmitter for continuous level measurement. 

The liquid column above the probe creates a hydrostatic pressure which is a direct indicator for the liquid level. Through its permanently connected 
cable the LFH is submerged into the liquid to be monitored. Thus, the container wall does not need to be disturbed to fit a level sensor.
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Level sensor LFP cubic TDR– Sick

LFP Cubic – Flexible up to the probe tip!

The LFP Cubic from Sick is a level sensor that uses TDR technology (time domain reflectometry) and thus can be used in oil- and water-based liquids without calibration. 

The LFP’s guided radar uses time-offlight technology to measure electromagnetic pulses. The time difference between the sent pulse and the reflected pulse is used to calculate the level, both as a continuous value (analog output) and a freely position able switching point (switching output). Due to its flexible probe that can be changed or cut, it is possible to integrate the sensor quickly into any application. The LFP Cubic can work in deposit-forming and foaming liquids. The sensor’s intuitive setup uses four buttons and a display to ensure quick and easy adaptation to the application. 
In addition to the discrete and analog output signals, an IO-Link interface is available to transmit additional valuable process data to the control unit.
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Level sensor TDR for food & beverage industry - LFP Inox – Sick

The LFP from Sick is a hygienic level sensor for liquids using TDR technology – a process for determining the time of flight of electromagnetic waves.

The time difference between the sent pulse and the reflected pulse is used to generate a level signal, both as a continuous value (analog output) and a freely positionable switching point (switching output). The use of robust FDA-compliant materials like stainless steel in an EHEDG-certified design means that the LFP guarantees optimal, unrestricted cleaning, even for the highest hygiene requirements. Its modular connection system allows simple and flexible installation in any application. Thanks to high temperature and pressure resistance, unrestricted use is possible under CIP and SIP conditions. The communication capability via IO-Link to the superordinate control units rounds off the profile.
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Level sensors - Vibration LFV / LBV - Sick

Liquid and bulk solid measurement - continuous and up-to-date just like liquid levels.

For stocking, tank content, storage capacities or automated disposal, we offer modern technology for small and large measuring tasks. Laser, guided microwave (TDR), ultrasound, hydrostatic measurement up to the electromechanical option: measure liquid levels reliably with our measuring devices.
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Sensores de nível MHF15 - Deteção de nível ótica – Sick

Simple, compact and rugged.
Whether for continuous level measurement, spot metering or both, Sick offers a broad set of solutions for process, storage and protection engineering.

The MHF15 is a compact optical level limit switch which is incredibly easy to commission. The sensor is based on Sick's energetic photoelectric proximity sensor technology, which has been tested and optimized over several decades. Thanks to this, the sensor design is simple, rugged, and reliable.
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Ultrasonic level sensor UP56 – Sick

Tough, non-contact, pressure-resistant.
The product family UP56 of ultrasonic level sensors is the ideal solution for demanding applications. The teflon-protected transducer handles overpressure up to 6 bar (87 psi) and is resistant against numerous difficult fluids.

Wetted parts can be chosen either as stainless steel or PVDF, thus making the ultrasonic level sensor UP56, da Sick, the perfect solution for measurement in aggressive, viscous, or abrasive liquids, or bulk solids. By combining two output signals in one device, new cost-effective solutions can be created for measurement and integration into the system. With two switching outputs, the level sensor UP56 can measure dry running and overflow in one device.
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