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FMCW radar level transmitter DR6300
bulk solidsfor siliceous sandHART

FMCW radar level transmitter
FMCW radar level transmitter
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Characteristics

Technology
FMCW radar
Medium
bulk solids, for siliceous sand
Interface
HART, NAMUR, 4-20 mA, 2-wire
Applications
high-temperature, for silos, for hygienic applications, for the pharmaceutical industry, for food applications, for fill monitoring, for the food and beverage industry, for medical applications, for the food industry, for hazardous areas, for industrial applications
Other characteristics
loop-powered, stainless steel, with digital display, IP66, high-precision, ATEX, IECEx, flange-mount, programmable, economical
Level range

Min.: 0.2 m (0'07")

Max.: 80 m (262'05")

Description

The ideal radar solution for level measurement on solids. DR-6300 is a non-contact Radar (FMCW) Level Meter for distance, level, volume and mass measurement of powders, granulates and other solids. It provides a more stable measurement than pulse radar and is well suited to dusty process conditions. DR-6300 operates equally good on both very low and very high process temperatures as long as the process connection temperature limits are observed. Features • One converter for all antenna types (PTFE Drop, PP Drop and metallic horn) • ±0.12 in (±3 mm) standard accuracy • PP (Polypropylene) or PTFE Drop antenna: its shape prevents product build-up in dusty applications • Operates up to a flange temperature of 390° F (200° C) and 580 psig (40 bar) • Measuring range up to 260 ft (80 m) • Antenna can be extended to suit any nozzle length • An installation wizard specifically for solids that permits the instrument to measure uneven surfaces accurately

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