The company says its new Model CLS1 capacitance level switch is designed to bring fail-safe protection to point level measurement of solids, slurries, and liquids in bins, silos, tanks, and other vessels. Employing a technology that allows it to be unaffected by material buildup, even on the probe, this switch is designed to detect capacitance changes between air and the dielectric constant of the material being measured, says the company. The instrument’s broad temperature range permits use in many applications. Temperature range for the probe is -40°F to 240°F while the range for the electronics is -40°F to 185°F, it says.
— Proximity Controls, a division of Dwyer Instruments, Inc.
Michigan City, IN