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Control & Precision Monitoring

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  • In continuous level measurement, the level of a medium in a tank or other container is detected with the help of different measuring methods and converted into an electronic signal. The level signal is either displayed directly on site or incorporated into a process control or management system.

  • ​Shown here is the VEGAPULS 42, a compact  sensor that utilizes radar for continuous level measurement. 

  • In point level detection, a point level switch detects when a certain predefined level is reached. Such a device is employed when it is not necessary to measure every possible intermediate level, as is the case with continuous level measurement.

  • Shown here is the VEGASWING 61. It is a universal level switch for liquids that reliably detects limit levels with millimeter accuracy. It can be used as an empty or full detector, approved for overfill protection, dry run protection, and pump protection in vessels and pipelines.

  • Pressure measuring techniques can be used to measure not only process or differential pressure, but also level, volume, density or mass flow in all areas of process technology. 

  • The measuring ranges of pressure transmitters start at a few mbar and extend to extreme pressures up to 1,000 bar. Different measuring cells are used in these pressure instruments.

  • Shown here is the VEGABAR 82, a pressure transmitter can be used universally for the measurement of gases, vapours and liquids.

  • An interface arises when two media with different densities are filled into a container: for example, water and oil. To separate the two media from one another, it is necessary to determine where the transition from one medium to the other is located. VEGA sensors can be used to measure both the total level and the interface reliably.

  • Shown here is the VEGAFLEX 81, a level sensor measures maintenance-free all kind of liquids.

  • The proportion of solid matter in a liquid is determined with the help of density measurement.

  • Shown here is the Minitrac 31, a radiation-based sensor for non-contact density measurement of liquids and bulk solids. The Minitrac 31 determines the density in a non-contact fashion. It can be mounted external to the pipeline or vessel walls.

  • Flow rate measuring instruments measure the amount of substance that flows through a pipe cross-section per time unit. The measured quantity is outputted as mass or volume. Typical flow rate applications measure gases, vapours and aggressive or viscous liquids in pipelines as well as bulk solids on conveyor belts

  • Shown here is the The WEIGHTRAC 31, a radiation-based sensor for precise flow measurement of bulk solids. It is ideal for mass flow determination on conveyor belts and in conveyor spirals in all industries. 

Signal Conditioning
  • Industrial processes are highly automated in recent times. To ensure smooth operation, measuring instruments are employed to deliver a steady flow of up-to-date, objective information about the process to the control technology. Various hardware components as well as signal conditioning software process and integrate the measurement data.

  • Shown here is the VEGAMET 841, a controller that feeds the connected 4 ... 20 mA sensor, processes the measured values and displays them. A large display for data visualisation is integrated in the housing designed for rough field conditions.

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