(4) As a more advanced alternative to Float and Tape Gauges, L&J engineering offers radar gauging technology for beverage applications. As a sure way to guarantee quality and purity of beverage products, L&J engineering’s non-contact radar gauges guarantee cleanability in demanding measurement environments. With independent, reliable, continuous level measurement, the MCG 1600SFI and evo 2600 can perform under the most intense dust and foam generation.
(4) Most gauging technologies are based on incremental movements of a float or displacer on the product, limiting their accuracy to the incremental size. Megnetostrictive technology, however, has the advantage of being a continuous level measurement and is limited by only by the speed and accuracy of the microprocessor timer circuits. Megnetostrictive gauges also have the advantage of no directly connected mechanical parts. The float slides up and down the outside of the gauge rod.
(3) When using the MCG 7000, up to 128 separate alarm probes can be monitored using a single, 4 wire data highway. If the system is used as a controller, it can monitor 48 individually wired alarm probes. The system uses an 80 character LCD to provide immediate alarm data, and a paper tape printer to automatically print alarms as they occur, and for output of a daily event log.
(3) Don't have local power or signal wiring to your tanks? L&J has wireless solutions with transmitters and bases that can be battery powered with solar back-up. You can communicate level, temperature and alarms with these products.
(4) With these temperature probes/detectors you can accurately measure up to +/-0.5º F, via resistance and averaging methods. You can accurately measure temperature for inventory process control, volume correction for custody transfer applications and corrected volumes.
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