Siemens SITRANS LR110 is a loop-powered W-band FMCW radar level transmitter in a hermetically sealed chemical-resistant PVDF enclosure for years of trouble-free reliable measurement. It comes standard with 4-20 mA output and HART communications. The LR110 has a zero blanking distance for accurate inventory management, and can even measure through plastic vessel tops.
Standard HART 7.0 communications makes the LR110 compatible with SIMATIC PDM software for remote configuration and diagnostics on your PC. When ordered with Bluetooth enabled, the LR110 is easy to configure, troubleshoot, and monitor via Siemens SITRANS Mobile IQ application on your smart device. The app is free, and available for Android, Apple, and Windows devices.
The SITRANS LR110 is compatible with the same Siemens mounting accessories used on Echomax ultrasonic transducers, including Easy Aimers for accurate positioning at angles for solids level measurement, and FMS series mounting kits and brackets for quick installation on liquids applications.
Help is an image away. Use your phone camera to snap a picture of the QR code on the transmitter to get instant access to user manual, certificates, serial number, and installation drawings. (Smart phones with IOS 11 or later and Android 8 or later can scan QR codes without an app. Older phones will need a QR code app installed. Search your app store for Free QR Code Reader)
- W band 80 GHz FMCW radar with 8° narrow beam
- Good for continuous level of liquids, slurries, and solids to a range of 49.2 feet (15 meters)
- Zero blanking distance – measure right up to the sensor– with 0.08" (2mm) accuracy
- Configurable using HART communications, SIMATIC PDM and a PC or SITRANS Mobile IQ app via Bluetooth 5.0 on [Apple App Store] or [Google Play Store ]
- IP66/IP68 hermetically sealed PVDF enclosure
- 1.5" NPT threaded process connection, 1" NPT electrical connection
- CE general purpose, or ATEX, IECEx gas and dust approvals
- Connect to Siemens SITRANS RD150 remote digital display for level indication in the field