Reliable Close Range and Distance Fluid Monitoring with FlatPack Series Sensors

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Reliable Close Range and Distance Fluid Monitoring with FlatPack Series Sensors

MassaSonic FlatPack sensors are low-profile designed ultrasonic transmitter modules. They are optimized to provide continuous noncontact distance measurement of fluids, pastes or uneven solid bulk materials in constrained working zones for application ranges from 1 inch to 13 feet. Incorporating state-of-the-art dual-transducer ultrasonic technology and processing algorithms, all FlatPack Series sensors provide precision measurement for factory automation, warehouse materials control, pipe and conveyor belt level monitoring, or tank level applications with nonuniform surfaces. 

FlatPack sensors include an advanced diagnostic feature that will retrieve the ultrasonic waveforms for analysis and display it on a computer to aid users debugging complex installations. All available models are RoHS compliant, CE certified and IP68 rated. Because of the unique dual transducer design with 15-degree beam angles, the maximum range capabilities will be less affected by solid materials with uneven surfaces than occurs with single transducer sensors with narrower beam angles. 

FlatPack Sensors are field proven designs and come in a PVC housing suitable for use in all-weather resistant moderate chemical environments from -40 C to 70 C. An integrated mounting plate with pre-formed holes is provided for easy installation. All models are equipped with continuous temperature compensation to ensure precise speed of sound calibration and measurement accuracy. Some other user-friendly features include diagnostic and monitoring outputs, protection from over voltage, short circuits and reverse polarity.

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