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Level Transmitters with Kynar-Diaphragm for sewage applications/non fouling
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Specifically designed for extended service in sewage lift station environments, the 36 XKY
by KELLER features a relatively wide sensing diaphragm yet small overall size. The 36 XKY
incorporates a monolithic diaphragm formed from Kynar
®
, which combines the non-stick quality
of Teflon with superior toughness and abrasion resistance that simplify installation and eliminate
the need for bulky and expensive protective cages.
The 36XKY utilizes proven piezoresistive silicon measurement technology combined with Kel
-
ler’s state-of-the-art, microprocessor-based signal conditioning circuitry to provide outstanding
accuracy and reliability over a wide compensated temperature range.
It is perfectly suited for pump control applications that require standard 2-wire (4...20 mA
current loop) or 3-wire (0...10 V) output transmitters. The RS485 interface allows users
to scale the analog output to any desired range within the standard pressure range. The
36 XKY is typically suspended into the liquid by a standard Hytrel
®
-jacketed cable that is
both self-supporting and vented. Optional: Keller’s enhanced lightning protection makes this
trans-mitter ideal for installation in areas prone to chronic damage due to transients caused by
lightning.
Using the Keller CCS30 software and appropriate adapter cable, the user can scale the
analog output of the 36 XKY, display and record pressure and temperature readings, and access
a variety of other available functions. All of the available functions are defined in the Series 30
Communications Protocol. The CCS30 and Series 30 Communications Protocol are available
free of charge from the company website

Pressure Ranges 0…1 to 0…10 bar
Accuracy ±0,3 %FS
Total Error Band ±0,5 %FS @ 0…50 °C
Interfaces RS485, 4…20 mA, 0…10 V
Special characteristics Plastic diaphragm
 
 

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