Hello Guys ,
I am currently working to fix an issue with my interface level measurement for 3 phase separator . I am using rosemount 5302 for the same
on going through the manual i could find that the tank height is required for calculation of level as the level is found by subtracting the echo point from tank height .
However i could observe that its a common practice among technicians to enter the tank height same as the probe length. is this correct.?
how does the tank height control the actual interface level measurement ? how does the low reference point get affected with change in tank height ?
I am expecting a detailed explanation on the above query
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