The CVR-600 is a compact vibrating rod that is ideal for small bins, hoppers, and feeders. Featuring an overall insertion length of just six inches, it is suitable for space-constrained applications. It can be mounted on the top or side of the bin for high, medium and low level indications. It is easy to install, fitting through a standard one-inch NPT mounting socket and can be used in process temperatures up to 300ºF.
It features three sensitivity adjustments – high for light and fluffy materials, medium, and low for heavier materials or materials that may tend to cling to the vibrating rod. It requires no calibration and features a self-cleaning sensor, switch selectable high/low fail-safe, and an auto sensing power supply which can accommodate 20 – 250 volts AC/DC. Remote electronics via a point level alarm panel are available to alert to bin levels for four up to 24 individual sensors.
Features:• Compact design ideal for small bins, hoppers, and feeders• Single rod design• No calibration required• Wear and maintenance free• No moving parts• High and low level fail-safe• Three sensitivity adjustments• Universal power supply• Self-cleaning sensor• 1” NPT mounting• 6” insertion length• Remote electronics available• Process temperatures up to 300ºF• Screw-top enclosure
Specifications:• Power Requirements: Wide range 20-250V AC/DC• Power Consumption: 3 VA• Relay: SPDT 5A 250 VAC• Time Delay: 1 second from stop of vibration, 2 to 5 seconds for start of vibration• Ambient Temp: -4°F to +150°F (-40°C to +65°C)• Process Temp: To 176°F standard (80°C); to 300°F high temp (150°C)• Pressure: 145 psi• Wiring Cable: 1/2”• Mounting: 1” NPT• Enclosure: Die cast aluminum, NEMA 4, 5 & 12• Probe: 304 stainless steel, 6” insertion length• Material Density: From 3.5 lb./cu. ft.
Applications:• Compact design for reliable point level sensing in small bins and hoppers that contain plastics, food, seed, chemicals, and many other powder and bulk solid materials• Material densities from 3.5 lb./cu. ft.
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