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Aplus Finetek Sensor, Inc. is the USA subsidiary of Finetek, Ltd. a global manufacturer, headquartered in Taiwan, with more than 40 years of quality and innovative instrumentations for process measurement and control solutions. This experience includes level, flow, temperature, pressure, and other related areas. Aplus Finetek Sensor, Inc. is your best partner to solve your measurement needs to maximize your production efficiency, minimize product loss, unnecessary downtime, and maintain the highest standards of safety without sacrificing quality. Aplus Finetek Sensor manufactures and applies a very broad range of level transmitters for use in the continuous or intermittent measurement of changing material levels of liquid, bulk solid and slurry materials in many different industries. The level tarnsmitters below are listed by technology and the Aplus Finetek series designation. If you do not see something you are looking for, or have a question about our products, please send us an inquiry using the convenient inquiry form featured on each page within this website.
Aplus Finetek Sensor, Inc. is pleased to announce the introduction of the JTR Series Guided Wave Radar Interface Level Transmitter. Using state-of-the-art TDR technology, the JTR continuously measures the changing level of each of two liquids of differing specific gravity, within the same tank. The JTR features a 2-wire loop power supply and provides an independent 4-20mA output for each the top and bottom fluid levels. The JTR can also be equipped with HART 7.0. Alternately the JTR can be provided in a 4-wire design when RS485 MODBUS communications is required, with either one 4-20mA output or with two 4-20mA outputs when being used for interface measurement applications. The JTR is also a very cost effective and reliable unit. The JTR use Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) technology. Radar pulses are guided to the material surface and back to the JTR by a wave guide, probe, rod or cable, and the time of flight is precisely measured and directly corresponds to the empty space distance within the vessel. Most of the radar pulse energy is absorbed by the top fluid, then another reflection (echo) is created off the interface or bottom fluid, therefore in the case of interface level measurement applications two significant reflection echoes will exist, the top fluid and the interface or bottom fluid. A minimum difference in the S.G. of the fluids is necessary.
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