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NSC - Capacitive Level Switch for Bulk Media

Product Description

The KOBOLD NSC level monitor devices are used for the monitoring of minimum and maximum levels in silos and storage bins. They use the capacitive principle and can be supplied in two different designs, suitable for various installation conditions. The level monitoring device NSC-R is supplied with a rigid stainless steel probe and PTFE coating. This model is mostly used for monitoring maximum levels. For small silos and low bulk densities the short version can also be installed on the side for controlling of the minimum level. The level monitor device NSC-C consists of a stainless steel probe body, connected by means of a steel cable clad with a polypropylene jacket. The cable can be shortened by the customer if required, making adaptation to changing application conditions very easy. This type is usually used to control the maximum level, but also for the minimum level in case of low bulk densities. Additionally, the sensitivity can be adjusted via a DIP-switch and potentiometer to suit various media and silo requirements.

NSC - Capacitive Level Switch for Bulk Media

Product Specifications

Probe Length Range 118" Max. (Rod), 49 Feet (Cable)
Max. Pressure7 PSIG (0.5 Bar)
Media TemperatureUp to 176 °F (80 °C)
Minimum Dielectric Constant1.5
Input Power18...36 VDC, 24 VAC, 110 VAC, 230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
OutputRelay Contact

Product Features

Capacitive Monitoring Principle
Monitors Levels in Silos and Bins
No Moving Parts
Two Designs for Various Applications

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