Radar level sensors

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Radar is a continuous level measurement technique that offers several advantages. It is virtually unaffected by temperature, pressure and vapor gas mixtures. It is a non-contacting method with no moving parts and therefore requires little or no maintenance. It measures the level directly and is therefore unaffected...

Ultrahigh sensitivity results in outstanding reliability, even under the toughest conditions

The Rosemount 5600 Series is an intelligent...

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ProGap II :

The microwave barrier for the contactless...

Microwave barrier for the contactless detection
of dry bulk solids in containers, piping or shafts

Absolute insensitive...

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SELF ADJUSTING "SMART" RADAR LEVEL

TRANSMITTER

SERIES: LTR700

NON-CONTACT LEVEL MEASUREMENT...

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RMG series includes radar level transmitters. The level of liquids is measured by transmitting low energy radar pulses towards the liquid surface and receiving the radar echoes. The travel...

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Features:
Frequency 9.275 9.325 GHz
Peak Power Output...

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Reliable level monitoring, simple installation, solar powered!

The RLS Radar Level Sensor is a radar sensor for non-contact water level measurements at surface waters. The sensor uses impulse-radar technology to determine the...

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The RPL series of Radar level transmitters are suitable for continuous non-contact level measurement applications...

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