Quick Login


Enquiry Form


Ask An Expert

Generate Catalog For :

Densitometer LMDTR-A100


Densitometer LMDTR-A100 seamlessly blends user-friendly operation with exceptional precision and consistent measurement reliability. It specializes in detecting density within a range of 0 to 2.5 g/cc and incorporates a digital temperature sensor to counteract fluctuations in measurements caused by temperature changes. With negligible pressure effect, this densitometer contributes to reliable and consistent density detection across various mediums.

Specifications :
Measuring Range 0 to 2.5 g /cc (0 to 2500 kg/m³)
Calibration Range 0 to 2.5 g /cc (0 to 2500 kg/m³)
Measurement Accuracy ± 0.002 g /cc (± 2 kg/m³)
Repeatability ± 0.0002 g /cc (± 0.2 kg/m³)
Output Accuracy (20 ⁰C) ± 0.1% of reading or ± 0.05% FS
Output Repeatability (-40 To +85 ⁰C) ± 0.05% FS
Temperature Coefficient <0.1 kg/m3/⁰C (after correction)
Temperature Sensor Digital sensor
Max. Working Pressure Range 207 bar (3000 psi)
Pressure Effect Negligible
Fluid Viscosity Range 0 to 2000 cP
Wetted Material 316 L stainless steel Hastelloy
Fork Body Coating Standard type, PTFE, or electrolytic polishing
Analog Signal Output 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 1000 Hz, RS485 Modbus RTU
Shell Aluminum alloy
Protection Level IP65
Power Supply 24V DC, ≥ 50 mA
Dimension 300 × 420 × 260 mm
Weight 8 Kg
Features :
  • -  An LCD display offers a choice of three key variables: density, mass, percentage, or sensor frequency
  • -  Constructed using 316 L stainless steel Hastelloy for durability
  • -  Employs a forked body coated with Standard type, PTFE, or electrolytic polishing
  • -  Provides an analog signal output for displaying measured density in analog format
  • -  Allows calibration to ensure ongoing accuracy, especially when used frequently
  • -  Offer multiple measurement modes for different materials or densities
  • -  Designed to be portable, allowing users to carry and use them
  • -  Intuitive interfaces, making them easy to operate
Applications :

It's commonly employed in various fields such as photography, printing, medicine, and industry to measure the density of a material or an object.