The Eclipse® Model 700 Transmitter is a loop-powered, 24 VDC level transmitter that is based upon the proven and accepted technology of Guided Wave Radar (GWR). Encompassing a number of significant engineering accomplishments, this leading-edge level transmitter is designed to provide measurement performance well beyond that of many of the more traditional technologies. This single transmitter can be used in a wide variety of applications ranging from very light hydrocarbons to water-based media. One universal Model 700 transmitter can be used and interchanged with several different probe types and offers enhanced reliability as it is certified for use in critical SIL 2/3 hardware safety loops.
The ECLIPSE Model 700 supports both the FDT/DTM and Enhanced DD (EDDL) standards, which allow viewing of valuable configuration and diagnostic information such as the echo curve in tools such as PACTware™, AMS Device Manager, and various HART® Field Communicators.
Eclipse Model 700 GWR Benefits + Features
Accurate readings along the entire length of the probe without top of probe dead zones
Minimum dielectric capability of 1.4, directly measured, without the need to infer levels via software techniques
Reference Accuracy: ± 0.1" or 0.1% probe length, whichever is larger.
Temperature Range: -320 to +400 °F (-196 to +200 °C)
Process Pressure Range: Full vacuum to 6250 psi (430 bar)
Safety Integrity Level (SIL)
○ SIL 2/3 Certified
○ Safe Failure Fraction (SFF) = 93% (Full FMEDA available upon request)
Ambient Temperature Rating: -40 to +175 °F (-40 to +80 °C)
○ Approved by FM, CSA IEC and ATEX for general purpose, intrinsically safe (Class 1, Div. 1, Zone 0/Zone 1), and non-incendive (Cl 1, Div. 2, Zone 2) installations
○ Two-wire, 4–20 mA device operating from 11 to 36 VDC capable of driving up to a 590-ohm load at 24 VDC
○ Die-cast aluminum single-compartment housing
Optional glass window cover to allow for easy viewing of the graphic display
Intuitive 4-button local user interface HART® 7 communication
Internal event-driven waveform capture
Display of echo curve, along with related data
Time and date stamp
Languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Polish, Portuguese
ECLIPSE Guided Wave Radar is based upon the technology of TDR (Time Domain Reflectometry). TDR utilizes pulses of electromagnetic energy transmitted down a wave guide (probe). When a pulse reaches a surface that has a higher dielectric constant than the air (εr = 1) in which it is traveling, a portion of the pulse is reflected. The transit time of the pulse is then measured via high speed timing circuitry that provides an accurate measure of the liquid (or solids) level. The amplitude of the reflection depends on the dielectric constant of the product. The higher the dielectric constant, the larger is the reflection.
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