Radar level transmitter R96
for liquids2-wireHART

radar level transmitter
radar level transmitter
radar level transmitter
radar level transmitter
radar level transmitter
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for liquids
2-wire, HART
for storage tanks
Other characteristics
stainless steel, loop-powered, pulse burst
Level range

40 m (131'02")

Process temperature

204 °C (399 °F)


The Pulsar® Model R96 is a loop-powered, 24 VDC, non-contact radar level transmitter. It has a longer measurement range, improved diagnostics and is easier to use than most loop-powered radar transmitters. Pulse Burst Radar emits short bursts of energy to a liquid surface. Ultra-high-speed timing circuitry measures the time of the signal reflected off the liquid surface. Sophisticated signal processing filters out false reflections and other background noises. The exact level is then calculated, by factoring in tank height and other configuration information. The circuitry is extremely energy efficient so no duty cycling is needed as with other radar devices. This allows the device to track high rates of level changes up to 4,5 m/minute (180"/min). Performance not process dependent (changing specific gravity and dielectric have no effect) 6 GHz operating frequency offers superior performance in the tougher applications of turbulence, foam, and heavy vapors Range up to 130 feet (40 meters) Quick connect/disconnect probe coupling allows vessel to remain sealed SIL 2 capable with Safe Failure Fraction (SFF) = 92.7% (FMEDA available upon request) PACTware™ PC software interface with new improved DTM. OPTIONS HART® 7.1 and Foundation fieldbus™ digital communications 316 stainless steel dual compartment enclosure 4" and 6" horn antennas Polypropylene and Teflon® rod antennas Antenna nozzle extensions

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