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Magnetostrictive Level Transmitter NMB - Expert Line

1 mm (0.04") or 0.1 mm (0.004") resolution
Insertion length up to 15 m (50 ft)
Rigid or flexible probe
Plastic-coated version for chemicals
4…20 mA HART®
Graphic display
99 point linearisation table
Measurement optimisation
Level, Distance or Volume measurement
Interface measurement
ATEX certified variants (in preparation)
IP67 (IP68)

NMB-C
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NMB-C

NMB-T
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NMB-T

NMB-TF/-BF
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NMB-TF/-BF

NMB-G
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NMB-G

NRM-300P
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NRM-300P

Datasheet

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nmb-gb-level

1,0 MB

Operating Instructions

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NMB - Operating Instructions

1,5 MB

Downloads

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Software

Configuration sofware

20,8 MB

Description

NMB magnetostrictive level transmitters are an ideal solution for accurately measuring clean liquids. Their accuracy makes them an excellent choice for custody transfer measurement of liquids such as fuels, solvents, and alcohol derivatives.
Flexible tube units allow accurate measurements in tanks as high as 15 meters (50 ft). Plastic-coated models can be used with aggressive materials. Integrating the transmitter into a process control system is easy with intelligent signal processing, communication software, and a wide range of accessories.

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1801 Parkway View Drive
15205 Pittsburgh PA
United States of America

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