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EchoMax XPS Ultrasonic Level Transducer

Brand: Siemens Aktiengesellschaft

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Echomax® XPS transducers use ultrasonic technology to measure level in a wide range of liquids and solids.

The transducers can be fully immersed, are resistant to steam and corrosive chemicals, and can be installed without flanges.

The XPS series offers versions for various measuring ranges up to 100 ft (30 m) and up to a max. temperature of 203 °F (95 °C).

During operation, the EchoMax XPS transducers emit acoustic pulses in a narrow beam.

The level monitor measures the propagation time between pulse emission and its reflection (echo) to calculate the distance.

Don’t forget that the safest engineered level measurement solution includes switches for back-up, overfill, low level and dry run protection.
Features
  • Integral Temperature Compensation
  • Low Ringing Effect Reduces Blanking Distance
  • Optional Foam Facing For Dusty Applications
  • Self-Cleaning And Low Maintenance
  • Chemically Resistant
  • Hermetically Sealed
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Echomax® XPS transducers use ultrasonic technology to measure level in a wide range of liquids and solids.

The transducers can be fully immersed, are resistant to steam and corrosive chemicals, and can be installed without flanges.

The XPS series offers versions for various measuring ranges up to 100 ft (30 m) and up to a max. temperature of 203 °F (95 °C).

During operation, the EchoMax XPS transducers emit acoustic pulses in a narrow beam.

The level monitor measures the propagation time between pulse emission and its reflection (echo) to calculate the distance.

Don’t forget that the safest engineered level measurement solution includes switches for back-up, overfill, low level and dry run protection.
Features
  • Integral Temperature Compensation
  • Low Ringing Effect Reduces Blanking Distance
  • Optional Foam Facing For Dusty Applications
  • Self-Cleaning And Low Maintenance
  • Chemically Resistant
  • Hermetically Sealed

Specifications

Measuring Range

  • XPS-10: 0.3 ... 10 m (1 ... 33 ft)
  • Standard XPS-15: 0.3... 15 m (1 ... 50 ft)
  • XPS-15 F models: 0.45... 15 m (1.5 ... 50 ft)
  • XPS-30: 0.6 ... 30 m (2 ... 100 ft)

Frequency

  • XPS-10: 44 kHz
  • XPS-15 (standard and F models): 44 kHz
  • XPS-30: 30 kHz

Beam Angle

  • XPS-10: 12°
  • XPS-15 (standard and F models): 6°
  • XPS-30: 6°

Location

  • Indoors/Outdoors

Ambient Temperature

  • XPS-10: -40°...+95° C (-40°...+203° F)
  • Standard XPS-15: -40 to +95° C (-40 to +203° F)
  • XPS-15 F models: -20°...+95° C (-4°...+203° F)
  • XPS-30: -40°...+95° C (-40°...+203° F)

Storage Temperature

  • XPS-10: -40°...+95° C (-40°...+203° F)
  • Standard XPS-15: -40 to +95° C (-40 to +203° F)
  • XPS-15 F models: -20°...+95° C (-4°...+203° F)
  • XPS-30: -40°...+95° C (-40°...+203° F)

Pollution Degree

  • 4

Pressure

  • XPS-10: 8 bar g (120 psig)
  • XPS-15 (standard and F models): 8 bar g (120 psig)
  • XPS-30: 0.5 bar g (7.25 psi g)

Weight

  • XPS-10: 0.8 kg (1.8 lb)
  • XPS-15 (standard and F models): 1.3 kg (2.8 lb)
  • XPS-15 (standard and F models): 2 kg (4.4 lb)
  • XPS-30: 4.3 kg (9.5 lb)

Power Supply

  • Operation of transducer only with approved Siemens controllers

Material

  • Standard: PVDF
  • Flanged: PVDF with CPVC flange
  • Option: PTFE face with CPVC flange

Color

  • Standard: Blue
  • XPS-15F: Gray

Process Connection

  • XPS-10: 1" NPT or 1" BSPT
  • XPS-15 (standard and F models): Standard: 1" NPT or 1" BSPT XPS-15F: 1" NPT
  • XPS-30: 1.5" universal thread (NPT or BSPT)

Degree Of Protection

  • IP66/68

Cable

  • 2-Wire twisted pair/braided and foil shielded 0.5 mm² (20 AWG) PVC jacket

Separation

  • Max. 365 m (1200 ft)

Typical Applications

  • XPS transducers can be fully immersed, are resistant to steam and corrosive chemicals, and can be installed without flanges. 
  • The XPS series offers versions for various measuring ranges up to 30 m (100 ft) and up to a max. temperature of 95 °C (203 °F). 
  • During operation, the EchoMax transducers emit acoustic pulses in a narrow beam. 
  • The level monitor measures the propagation time between pulse emission and its reflection (echo) to calculate the distance.