A capacitance probe is a point level indicator, commonly used for high or low level detection in a bin, tank or silo. BinMaster capacitance probes offer fail-safe operation, “quick-set” calibration, plus interference-free operation–working far below the RF level of 9 KHz at just 6 KHz–so they will not interfere with two-way radios or other equipment operating in the radio spectrum.
BinMaster’s capacitance sensors are used for accurate high and low level detection in bins, silos, tanks, hoppers, chutes, and other vessels used for material storage or process manufacturing.
BinMaster PROCAP IX and IIX capacitance sensors are designed for use in hazardous locations, featuring CSA Class I, Groups C & D and Class II, Groups E, F, & G ratings.
PROCAP I 3-A and II 3-A meet USDA, FDA, and 3-A material and design standards for sanitary food and dairy processing.
The PROCAP I-FL and II-FL are designed for space-constrained areas or applications where material flow or bridging may damage a standard probe.
The Pro Auto-Cal capacitance probe allows for simple, automatic calibration without having to remove the unit cover.
The Pro Remote capacitance sensor features remote electronics in a housing separate from the probe making it suitable for high temperature, high vibration, or hazardous environments.
This compact capacitance probe is for use in tight spaces and is appropriate for use in tanks, bins, silos, chutes, conveyors, pipes, and load out hoppers.
The bendable capacitance probe is designed to fit in tight spaces or in vessels where obstructions prevent the installation of a straight probe.
Consolidating information at a convenient centralized location, the point level alarm panel is capable of monitoring and alerting to high and low status for two to 12 separate vessels.
The PROCAP I HD and II HD are heavy duty, stainless steel probes that can be attached to either the PROCAP I or PROCAP II for high or low-level detection in heavy materials.
This flexible cable extension probe is designed for high, mid, or low-level detection when it is necessary to top mount the sensor or in lump materials that might damage a rigid probe.