MOLOSVIBRO VF63 ROD EXTENSION SENSOR

MOLOSVIBRO VF63 ROD EXTENSION SENSOR

MOLOSVIBRO VF63 ROD EXTENSION SENSOR

MOLOSvibro VF63 Rod extension sensor
Vibrating level indicator with tube extension

The MOLOSvibro level indicator VF63 is suitable for full, demand or empty detection for powdery, granulated and grained bulk goods with a minimum density of 0.01 t/m³. The maximum tube extension is 1.000 mm.

Product features

  • Innovative single rod construction
  • High sensitivity adjustable in three setting adjustments
  • No digging free within the bulk solids due to small vibration amplitude
  • Interface measurement possible
  • Tube extension made of stainless steel
  • Good price-performance-ratio
  • Use in potentially gas and dust explosive atmospheres possible
  • High reliability
  • Maintenance-free continuous operation
  • Easy installation




Supply voltage
20…250 V AC / DC
multivoltage
 
23.7 V DC
only with separate supply device
Capacity of the contact
5A / 250V AC
change-over contact, potential-free
Bulk goods temperature
-20 °C … +150 °C
 
Ambient temperature
-20 °C … +80 °C
 
Process pressure
-0,95 bar ... 10 bar
 
ATEX approval
DustEx
ATEX II 1/2D Ex ta/tb IIIC T95 °C
 
GasEx
ATEX II 1/2G Ex ia IIB T4 Ga
Response delay
Attenuation
1 second
 
 
Start of vibration
2 up to 5 seconds
 
Minimum density of material
0.02 kg/l (t/m3 )
optional from 0.01 kg/l
 
Process connection
Thread
R1 EN 10226 or N1 1' NPT
 
Materials
Round-housing
Aluminium coated RAL7001
 
Process connection, probe and rod
Stainless steel, 1.4301 / 304
Type of protection
Standard
IP66/IP67 according DIN EN 60529
 
 
separate round-housing
IP65 according DIN EN 60529
 
Mounting position
any
 
Maintenance
none

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