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Level transmitter series newly launched in North America

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K-TEK LMT Series magnetostrictive level transmitters have been launched in the North American market. By adopting a two-wire common transmitter design combined with advanced signal processing, the LMT Series delivers reliable measurements with an integrated setup menu, advanced diagnostics with waveform display and signal conditioning. The first phase of the LMT Series comes with 4–20-mA HART output, and will Screen Shot 2017-02-27 at 9.01.19 AMbe available with Foundation Fieldbus and Profibus PA later in 2017. LMT devices are available as an insertion-style “wetted” transmitter (LMT100) with probe lengths up to 22.86 m (75 ft) in length, or as an externally mounted, non-intrusive design (LMT200) for use with the KM26 magnetic level gage or with any other float and level chamber. LMT200 transmitters can be easily changed from top to bottom mount or from left-of-chamber orientation to right with no modification of equipment required. — ABB Measurement & Analytics, Zurich, Switzerland

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