Fafnir Limit Level Switch LS300 / LS500

Versatile Precision: Fafnir's LS300/LS500 Level Sensors

Crafted in Germany, Fafnir's LS300/LS500 Limit Level Switches stand as paragons of precision and reliability in the industrial landscape. With probe lengths spanning from 10mm to 6 meters and the flexibility of threaded or flange connections, these switches adapt to your unique requirements.

Choose from probe materials including stainless steel 316 Ti, 316L, Hastelloy, Titanium, and Tantalum. Their adaptability extends further with supply voltage options of 24 VDC, 230 V AC, and 115 V AC, and they fearlessly endure temperatures ranging from -40°C to +110°C.

Select between relay and RS-485 - MODBUS (ASCII) output signals, allowing seamless integration into your systems. Withstanding pressures up to 25 Bar, they ensure consistent performance.

These switches boast an IP68 protection class and offer optional features like ATEX, IECEx, WHG, dry run protection, and vibration resistance. In applications spanning chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, and power plant environments, Fafnir's LS300/LS500 Limit Level Switches outshine the competition, delivering precision and adaptability to meet the most demanding needs.

Seize control of liquid level management with these exceptional switches today!

Fafnir LS300/LS500 Limit Level Switch Technical Properties:

  • Brand/Origin: Fafnir / LS300/LS500 (German)
  • Equipment Type: Filling Prevention Thermal Level Electrode
  • Probe Length: 10mm to 6 meters
  • Connection: Threaded or Flange
  • Probe Material: Standard Stainless Steel 316 Ti (Options: 316L, Hastelloy, Titanium, Tantalum)
  • Supply Voltage: 24 VDC, 230 V AC, 115 V AC
  • Temperature Resistance: -40°C to +110°C
  • Output Signal: Relay, RS-485 - MODBUS (ASCII)
  • Max Pressure: 25 Bar
  • Protection Class: IP68
  • Optional Features: ATEX, IECEx, WHG, Dry Run Protection, Vibration Resistance

Exceptional Performance in Varied Applications: These precision-engineered switches are adaptable for use in chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, laboratory, offshore, shipbuilding, power plants, energy systems, mechanical engineering, process, and drinking water treatment applications.