3DLevelScanner

Model: 3DLS S, M or MV

BinMaster's 3DLevelScanner is the only level sensor that measures multiple points on a material's surface, providing continuous, non-contact inventory volume measurement that accounts for irregular material topography. This advanced acoustics-based technology is proven to perform in powders and bulk solids contained in bins, silos, domes, warehouses, as well as open bunkers and piles. Unique 3D mapping capabilities provide a visual representation of bin contents, detecting cone up or down as well as sidewall buildup. 

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3DLevelScanner Overview
3DLevelScanner Overview
3D Level Scanner Installation
3DLevelScanner: Installation
3D Level Scanner Introduction
3DLevelScanner: Introduction
3D Neck Extension Assembly
3DLevelScanner: Neck Extension Assembly
Applications
  • Suitable for pellets, granulars, powders, and most other bulk solids
  • Bin, tanks and silos where the material surface has uneven topography
  • Grain, seed, feed, and food processing
  • Ethanol, bioenergy and power plants
  • Aggregates and cement
  • Mining and metals
  • Chemical processing and plastics manufacturing
  • Pulp, paper, and wood pellets
Features
  • Continuous and non-contact measurement
  • Measures uneven powder or solid material surfaces
  • Detects cone up, cone down, and sidewall buildup
  • Provides minimum, maximum, and average distances
  • Performs in extreme levels of dust
  • Calculates highly accurate bin volume
  • Communications include 4-20/HART, Modbus RTU, TCP/IP and RS-485
  • Measuring range up to 200 feet
  • Self-cleaning with minimal maintenance
Specifications

Preferred Applications: Powders and solids

Measuring Range: 200 feet (61 meters)

Process Temperatures: -40°to +185°F (-40°to +85°C) Standard

Process Pressure: -0.2 – 3 bar (-2.9 to 14.5 psi)

Signal Output: 4-wire 4 - 20 mA/HART/RS-485/Modbus

Emitting Frequency: 3 KHz to 10 KHz

Supply Voltage: 20 to 32 VDC

Power Consumption: Max 1.5 W @ 24 VDC

Hazardous Locations: CFM Intrinsically Safe Class I, II, Division I, Groups C, D, E, F, G (US & Canada)

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