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Guided Radar Sensors -Contact 

"This is a guided radar sensor"

MicroTREK

Product Properties 
 

  • 2-wire compact transmitter

  • ±5 mm accuracy

  • High pressure

  • High-temperature range

  • Wide range of probes

  • Extremely small deadband

  • Rod, cable, or coaxial probe versions

  • Plug-in graphic display module

  • Explosion-proof variants

  • Plastic, aluminum, or stainless steel housing

  • Up to 30 m measuring range

  • Tracking speed: 900 m/h (= 25 cm/s)

  • Advanced threshold management

  • False echo exclusion

  • Probe Correction Table (SCT)

  • Interface measurement (under development)

  • PACTware™ compatible

  • 5 years warranty

Applications:

 

  • Level, distance or volume measurement of liquids, powders, granules with er > 1.4

  • Media with turbulent surface, dense dust, vapor or pressurized gas layers above the product surface

  • For all tank shapes, for narrow vessels

  • Heavy industrial applications

  • Agriculture

  • Construction materials

  • Chemical industry

  • Food and beverage

  • Power plants

  • Oil industry

  • Water/wastewater industry

"This is a guided radar sensor"

Specifications:

  • Supply voltage:12…36 V DC

  • Ambient temperature:−30…+65 °C

  • Process temperature:−30…+200 °C

  • Process pressure:−1…40 bar

  • Measuring range:0…30 m

  • Output:4…20 mA + HART®

  • Process connection:1", 1½", TriClamp, flanges or sanitary

  • Ingress protection:IP67

  • Approvals:ATEX, IEC Ex, INMETRO, UKCA Ex

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Benefits of Guided Radar Sensors in Industry 

In the ever-evolving landscape of industrial processes, accurate and reliable level measurement is paramount for efficiency, safety, and compliance. Guided Radar technology has emerged as a transformative solution, offering a myriad of benefits across diverse industries. Let's delve into the distinctive advantages that Guided Radar brings to the table:

 

1. Precision Beyond Par:

Guided Radar technology ensures unparalleled precision in level measurement. By utilizing guided waves that travel along a probe, this advanced technology provides highly accurate readings even in challenging conditions, such as extreme temperatures, varying densities, or the presence of foam and turbulent surfaces.

 

2. Versatility in Application:

One of the standout features of Guided Radar is its versatility. Whether applied in liquid tanks, solid silos, or even open channels, Guided Radar technology adapts seamlessly to a wide range of applications. This flexibility makes it an ideal choice for industries spanning from petrochemicals and water treatment to food and beverage.

 

3. Overcoming Measurement Challenges:

Guided Radar excels in overcoming common measurement challenges that traditional level measurement technologies may face. It navigates through the complexities of harsh environments, irregular tank shapes, and challenging media compositions, ensuring reliable and accurate readings where other methods may fall short.

 

4. Reduced Downtime, Increased Efficiency:

With Guided Radar, experience minimal downtime and enhanced operational efficiency. The robust design of the technology minimizes the need for frequent maintenance, ensuring continuous and reliable performance. This reduction in downtime translates directly into increased productivity and cost savings.

 

5. Enhanced Safety Measures:

Safety is a top priority in industrial settings, and Guided Radar technology contributes significantly to maintaining a secure environment. Its ability to provide accurate level measurements in various conditions aids in preventing overfills and spillages, mitigating potential hazards and ensuring compliance with safety standards.

 

6. User-Friendly Installation and Configuration:

Guided Radar systems are designed with user-friendliness in mind. Installation and configuration are streamlined processes, allowing for swift integration into existing systems. This ease of use not only saves valuable time but also makes Guided Radar technology accessible to a broader range of industries and applications.

 

7. Compatibility with Various Media:

Guided Radar is not constrained by the type of media it measures. Whether applied to liquids, solids, or interface levels between two different media, this technology delivers consistent and reliable results. This adaptability makes Guided Radar an excellent choice for industries dealing with diverse substances.

 

8. Continuous Level Measurement:

Unlike point level measurement technologies, Guided Radar enables continuous level measurement. This continuous monitoring provides a comprehensive understanding of the process dynamics, allowing for proactive decision-making and optimization of operations.

 

9. Long Service Life and Cost Efficiency:

Guided Radar technology is built to last, boasting a long service life with minimal wear and tear. The durability of the components, coupled with reduced maintenance needs, results in long-term cost efficiency for industries looking to invest in a reliable and sustainable level measurement solution.

 

10. Adaptable to Industry 4.0:

In the era of Industry 4.0, connectivity and data-driven insights are paramount. Guided Radar technology seamlessly integrates with digital platforms, allowing for real-time data monitoring, analytics, and remote access. This adaptability positions industries at the forefront of the digital transformation journey.

In conclusion, Guided Radar technology stands as a game-changer in the realm of level measurement, offering precision, versatility, and reliability across a spectrum of industries. As technology continues to advance, the benefits of Guided Radar pave the way for enhanced efficiency, safety, and operational excellence in the ever-evolving landscape of industrial processes. Embrace the future of level measurement with Guided Radar technology and elevate your industry standards.

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