The Bindicator® RF (Radio Frequency) Series is a family of point level switches used to detect the presence or absence of material at a point inside a tank, bin or other vessel.
Cap-Level® uses the proven method of capacitance change to determine the level of product in the vessel. This translates into an accurate and dependable measurement device for your process. Simply stated, as the level of product in the vessel changes, the capacitance between the probe and the vessel wall also changes. The solid-state electronics of the Cap-Level® continually measures and compares this change to a very stable reference circuit, and provides accurate and dependable output signal (4-20 mA) proportional to the vessel contents.
The “industry standard” 4-20 mA output is provided with a selectable dampening function to stabilize readings where severe agitation is present. Simple zero and span adjustment make calibration easy. The probe configurations and materials offered allow you to custom fit Cap-Level® to your application.
Cap-Level II is a 4-wire transmitter with 120 or 240 VAC while the Cap-Level IIA is a 2-wire transmitter with 24VDC.
The Bindicator® RF (Radio Frequency) Series is a family of point level switches used to detect the presence or absence of material at a point inside a tank, bin or other vessel. The RF Series is used for high and low level detection in thousands of applications for inventory management: bulk solids, slurries and liquids. Bindicator®’s unique calibration technology overcomes problems associated with other capacitance probes. The Pro-Guard® feature cancels out the effects of material coating on the probe, preventing false indications. All Bindicator® integral RF units have remote versions. Remote models separate the electronics from the RF probe, where conditions could be harmful.
Bindicator manufactures the premier RF-9200 integral and RF-12000 remote as well as 14 other models, each available with many options and accessories. Remote models are available for high temperature or high vibration applications. When combined with our large selection of probes, we have an RF sensor for virtually every application.