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3105HA1FRCI6C5ST PLC Radwell Rosemount Not Provided ROSEMOUNT 3100 ULTRASONIC LEVEL TRANSMITTER 3105
3105HA1FSCI1C4ST PLC Radwell Emerson Process Management Not Provided ROSEMOUNT 3100 ULTRASONIC LEVEL TRANSMITTER 3105
3102HA1FRCG6C5ST PLC Radwell Emerson Not Provided ROSEMOUNT 3100 ULTRASONIC LEVEL TRANSMITTER 3102
3105HA2FRCI6C8ST PLC Radwell Fisher Controls Not Provided ROSEMOUNT 3100 ULTRASONIC LEVEL TRANSMITTER 3105
3102HA1FSCG5C8WT PLC Radwell Fisher Rosemount Not Provided ROSEMOUNT 3100 ULTRASONIC LEVEL TRANSMITTER 3102
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  • Implementing Ultrasonic Ranging
    Object ranging is essential in many types of systems. One of the most popular ranging techniques is ultrasonic ranging. Ultrasonic ranging is used in a wide variety of applications including: ? Autofocus cameras ? Motion detection ? Robotics guidance ? Proximity sensing ? Object ranging
  • Ultrasonic Sensors, The Silent Laborers
    as transmitter (ultrasonic generator) as well as. receiver (microphone with high sensitivity) and is optimized for frequencies in the range. of 120 kHz up to 400 kHz, far beyond the human hearing capacity. Activated by an. oscillator the membrane of the transducer decouples ultrasonic packets – so called
  • Ultrasonic Level Control: Water in Sump of Cooling Tower
    Ultrasonic Level Control in Water Sump. FDU 80 with FMU 860 transmitter installed to measure. water level in underground sump of a cooling tower. Cooling tower. FDU 80 mounted in. FMU 860 transmiter. plastic cap. mounted below cooling. tower control panel. The FDU 80 sensor and FMU 860. Application
  • Delay Time Measurement with Ultrasonic Sensors
    the transducer is designed as transmitter (ultrasonic generator) as well as receiver (microphone with high sensitivity) and is optimized for frequencies in the range of 120 kHz up to 400 kHz, far beyond the human hearing capacity. Activated by an oscillator the membrane of the transducer decouples ultrasonic
  • How Ultrasonic Flowmeters Work (.pdf)
    . are well documented. Typically, an ultrasonic Doppler flowmeter consists of a transmitter/indicator/totalizer and a. transducer. The user selects a configuration appropriate to the application, taking into. account the liquid, the size and concentration of solids or bubbles, the pipe dimensions
  • Ultrasonic sensors
    noise, or dusty atmospheric conditions. They handle applications considered difficult such as areas too dirty for photoelectric sensors or that involve unusually shaped targets. Transmitters in ultrasonic sensors generate acoustic waves at frequencies from 65 to 400 kHz, well beyond the hearing range
  • Still-Pipe Use and Installation for Madison Ultrasonic Sensors
    , you will know the OD of the transmitter end of the ultrasonic sensor. This is important in the selection of the ID of the pipe to be selected for the still-pipe. The pipe should have a minimum diameter that will fit around the transmitter OD without touching the sensor's nozzle. This is important
  • Acoustic / Ultrasonic Transducers
    Ultrasonic transducers send and receive waves for many types of sensing. Distance, proximity, level, nondestructive evaluation, web break detection, counting, and security applications are some examples. Ultrasonic transducers typically operate at their resonant frequency with various construction

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