Intempco LTX03 Level Transmitter
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Features

  • Explosion-proof capacitance level transmitter
  • LCD display
  • Continuous loop powered 4-20mA operation
  • Process temperature: 392°F (200°C) max
  • 14.5 psi pressure limit (standard)
  • Up to 500 psi pressure limit (pH model only)
  • Microprocessor based
  • Accuracy 1% of span for constant dielectric of material
  • Non-interactive zero and span calibration
  • Calibration accomplished with 4 push buttons
  • NEMA rated aluminum explosion proof housing
  • 3/4” NPT standard mounting thread (other options available)
  • Display height 0.30”(7.6mm)

The Intempco LTX03 Level Transmitter is a highly reliable microprocessor based capacitance level transmitters designed to measure tank levels of liquids and certain dry bulk media in metal tanks. They measure the change in capacitance that occurs as the tank level changes and outputs a standard loop powered 4029mA signal. The 4-digit LCD display can be configured to read from 999 to 9999 with a 4-20mA input signal. The decimal point location and engineering units can be adjusted using membrane switches.

The LTX03 transmitters use very high frequency and very low amplitude sensing circuitry to greatly minimize the effects of coating on the sensing probe. The LTX03 includes a standard 4-20mA loop powered LTX transmitter with LCD display installed in a rugged explosion proof enclosure, a mounting fitting and a rigid probe for ranges of up to 12 feet (4m). Probe material supplied is PFA Teflon jacketed or bare SS316. The LTX03 is designed for tanks which have fitting connections of 1/2"NPT or larger.

Applications for the LTX03 include:

  • Water and water-based liquids in non-metallic tanks
  • Jacketed probes required for conductive media
  • Organic Acids
  • Oils and fuels in metallic and non-metallic tanks
  • Use bare probes with non-conductive media
  • On-site calibration required
  • Not recommended where material dielectric changes
  • Tank must be conductive or grounding may be required