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Liquid radar level moves up to 80 GHz

Narrower beams, smaller antennae and higher sensitivity handle compact, cluttered or non-conductive applications.

By Paul Studebaker
Aug 18, 2016

Noncontact radar level technology is widely used, offering accuracy to 2 mm, range approaching 200 meters, and tolerance of extreme pressures and temperatures with high stability, no moving parts and little maintenance. Steady improvements in signal processing that allow it to accommodate a broad range of vessels and process materials, along with reduced power consumption (including two-wire versions that operate on 4-20 mA) and lower costs have made it the first choice of many instrument specifiers for liquid level.

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