Guided Radar (TDR) Level Transmitter for the nuclear industry

POWERFLEX 2200 C/F/S/D Nuclear
  • Agrees with nuclear standards (e.g. ASME Section III, RCC-M)
  • Qualified according to IEEE Std 323, IEEE Std 344 and RCC-E
  • Remote converter can be installed up to 400 m / 1312 ft away from probe

This 2-wire loop-powered HART® TDR level transmitter measures distance, level and volume of liquids. Ist different versions, high resistance to radiation and seismic qualification make it the ideal TDR device for safety-related and non-safety-related nuclear applications.

Highlights

  • Product dedicated to the nuclear industry
  • The result of over 15 years of experience in the nuclear market
  • Referenced for many nuclear applications
  • Different versions to suit any nuclear application
  • For safety-related and non-safety-related applications
  • Agrees with nuclear standards (e.g. ASME Section III, RCC-M)
  • Remote converter can be installed up to 400 m / 1312 ft away from probe
  • Qualified according to IEEE Std 323, IEEE Std 344 and RCC-E
  • High resistance to radiation (probe and cable)
  • Seismic qualification up to 300 m/s²
  • Thermal aging qualification: +107°C / +224.6°F for 296 days
  • DPR (Dynamic Parasite Rejection): the software dynamically eliminates false reflections caused by environmental disturbances and product build-up
  • Quick coupling system: converter is rotatable and removable under process conditions
  • Display keypad directly accessible without opening the cover
  • Measuring range up to 40 m / 131 ft
  • Design agrees with IEC 61508
  • Conforms to IEC 61513
  • The device has FDT1.2 DTM certification

Industries

Nuclear industry

Applications

  • Liquid level measurement in radiation environments
  • Safety-related and non-safety-related applications
  • Liquid level measurement in pools (e.g. spent fuel pools) or pressurized tanks
  • Examples of liquids that can be measured:
    - Borated water
    - Active waste water and concentrate
    - Chemicals (e.g. H3BO3, Na2CO3, NaOH, MnO4, HNO3, NH4OH, N2H4,
      KOH)
    - Clean or impure condensate
    - Oil, diesel, kerosene
    - Spent resin and waste water
    - Acid and alkali decontamination solutions
POWERFLEX 2200 C - Compact version

Versions

POWERFLEX 2200 C – Compact Version

  • Signal converter (main electronics block) with display, located on top of the probe
  • Version for low levels of radiation: TID (Total Integrated Dose) ≤5.7×103 rad
  • Horizontal or vertical housing made of stainless steel
POWERFLEX 2200 S - Compact version with sensor extension

POWERFLEX 2200 S – Compact version with sensor extension

  • Signal converter with display, located up to 100 m / 328 ft from the probe
  • Passive remote of main electronics block using coaxial cable (TDR signal)
  • Coaxial cable protected by a flexible stainless steel jacket
  • Version for high levels of radiation: TID ≤2.7×108 rad (probe and coaxial cable)
POWERFLEX 2200 F - Remote version

POWERFLEX 2200 F – Remote Version

  • Signal converter with display, located up to 300 m / 984 ft away from the probe
  • Active remote of main electronics block using RS-485 cable (digital communication)
  • Sensor electronics block located on top of the probe
  • Version for low levels of radiation: TID ≤10.5×103 rad (probe and RS-485 cable)
POWERFLEX 2200 D - Remote version with sensor extension

POWERFLEX 2200 D – Remote version with sensor extension

  • Signal converter with display, located up to 400 m / 1312 ft from the probe
  • Active remote of main electronics block using RS-485 cable (max. 300 m / 984 ft) combined with passive remote of sensor electronics block using coaxial cable (max. 100 m / 328 ft)
  • Version for high levels of radiation: TID ≤2.7×108 rad (probe and coaxial cable)