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Capacitive Level Limit Switch NCW

For liquids

Electrodes: max. 4 m
Contact: 1 relay (max. 250 VAC, 1A)
Connection: G 1 male thread, stainless steel or G 2 male thread, PVDF
Material electrodes: stainless steel with PTFE or PVDF coating
pmax: 30 bar (NCW-H: PN10 bar)
tmax: 90 °C (NCW-H: 200 °C)
Power supply: 24, 110, 230 VAC, 18 ... 36 VDC

NCW-H High-Temperature Version

NCW-H High-Temperature Version


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Operating Instructions

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NCW - Operating Instructions

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General Safety Instructions

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The KOBOLD capacitive level indicators type NCW serve to monitor liquid levels in tanks. They consist of a measuring probe and a connecting head with a plug-in evaluation module. Depending on the operating conditions, different probes are available:
- single probe for standard applications
- double probe with PVDF connection for non
metallic tanks and at the same time aggressive medias
- single probe with external reference tube for non metallic
tanks or media with very low dielectric constant and
- single probe with a split connecting head for liquid
temperatures of up to 200 °C.
The devices do not have any mechanically moving parts and therefore hardly any mechanical wear. The plug-in evaluation modules can be changed easily so that the de vices are really easy to maintain.

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1801 Parkway View Drive
15205 Pittsburgh PA
United States of America

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