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If you need continuous level monitoring of your tanks, silos, and bins – you’ll need a radar level sensor. These no-contact level measuring devices help you keep an eye on your bulk materials. Radar level sensors are available in two forms: Non-contact Radar or Guided Wave Radar.

 

Guided Wave Radar level sensors use time domain reflectometry (TDR) to measure levels.  This type of sensor is a great material monitoring solution in pretty much any condition – including varying pressure and temperature environments. It’s also immune to the noise produced while filling or emptying vessels, so you know you will have an accurate reading at all times.

 

Non-contact Radar level sensors provide continuous, precise monitoring of granules, solids, liquids, and powders in a vessel. Non-contact radar sensors are ideal in many tank shapes, and conditions, including those materials contained within narrow, tall vessels. This type of radar sensor is known to reliably perform in high dust conditions. 

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If you need continuous level monitoring of your tanks, silos, and bins – you’ll need a radar level sensor. These no-contact level measuring devices help you keep an eye on your bulk materials. Radar level sensors are available in two forms: Non-contact Radar or Guided Wave Radar.

 

Guided Wave Radar level sensors use time domain reflectometry (TDR) to measure levels.  This type of sensor is a great material monitoring solution in pretty much any condition – including varying pressure and temperature environments. It’s also immune to the noise produced while filling or emptying vessels, so you know you will have an accurate reading at all times.

 

Non-contact Radar level sensors provide continuous, precise monitoring of granules, solids, liquids, and powders in a vessel. Non-contact radar sensors are ideal in many tank shapes, and conditions, including those materials contained within narrow, tall vessels. This type of radar sensor is known to reliably perform in high dust conditions. 

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