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Point level detection
Minicap FTC262

Designed for light bulk solids

  • Minicap FTC262 plastic housing ©Endress+Hauser
  • Minicap FTC262 aluminium housing ©Endress+Hauser
  • Minicap FTC262 application ©Endress+Hauser

Minicap FTC262 is a simple and cost-effective rope probe for point level detection in bulk solids, particularly suited to applications involving aggressive media and heavy build-up. It is designed for point level detection of light bulk solids, e.g. grain products, flour, milk powder, animal feed, cement, chalk or gypsum.


  • Simple mounting and commissioning without calibration

  • Mechanical safety, cost-efficiency and long operating life due to no wearing parts

  • High operational safety and reliability due to active build-up compensation

  • Optimized storage by simply shortening the rope probe on site

Domeniu de aplicare

For point level detection of light bulk solids, with a grain size up to max. 30mm and a dielectric constant εr ≥ 1.6.
Typical applications: Grain products, flour, milk powder, animal feed, cement, chalk or gypsum.

  • Process connection: Threads

  • Temperature: -40 to +80°C (-40 to +176°F)

  • Pressure: -1 to +6bar (-14.5 to +90psi)

  • Sensor length: 500mm (20") to 6,000mm (236")

  • International explosion protection certificates, overfill prevention WHG

Caracteristici şi specificaţii

Documente / Manuale / Software

Accesorii / Piese de schimb

Predecesor / Succesor

Predecesor: FTC830, FTC831


Endress+Hauser Romania SRL
Splaiul Independentei 319 C 060044 Bucharest România
Tel.: +40 (21) 315 90 67
Fax: +40 (21) 315 90 63

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