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Emerson’s new high-performance version of its Rosemount™ 3308 Guided Wave Radar (GWR) Wireless Level Transmitter is the first standalone WirelessHART radar level device to comply with the API 18.2 custody transfer standard.
The worldwide market for radar level devices is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.9% over the next five years. The market was $316 million in 2007 and is forecasted to be $421 million in 2012, according to a new ARC Advisory Group study.
Radar Level Measurement Technology Has Advanced Significantly
Innovations like 80-GHz, combined functions, onboard algorithms and wireless help radar level measurement handle multiplying applications.
Free-Air or Guided-Wave -- Which Do You Use When?
Emerson introduces Rosemount 2-wire non-contacting radar level transmitters for safety instrumented systems
Type 8138 non-contact radar level transmitter for continuous level measurement is suitable for use in small vessels
The SmartLine non-contact radar level meter measures distance, level, volume and mass
SmartLine non-contact radar level meters measure distance, level, volume and mass.
Honeywell's SmartLine Guided Wave Radar Level transmitter can measure the level and volume of liquids inside processing tanks up to 160 feet in height.
Type 8136 non-contact radar level measuring device is for continuous level measurement.
VegaPuls 63 non-contact radar level measurement sensor is designed for use in corrosive environments.
The GWR-100 guided wave radar level sensor for measuring powders, bulk solids and liquids in vessels
Optiflex 1100 guided radar level meter uses time domain reflectometry (TDR) for continuous measurement of liquids or solids
Micropilot FMR5X free-space, radar-level transmitters have software with multi-echo tracking algorithms and echo interference suppression.
Endress+Hauser's latest guided (Levelflex) and free space (Micropilot) radar time-of-flight instruments offer outstanding properties.
Radar level measurement offers increasing opportunities to improve control at a reasonable price. To help us get sensitive to sensitive level measurement, Greg McMillan aims to gain the insight and knowledge offered by Jeff Blair, offer manager for level, Schneider Electric.
Includes SIL 3-capable Rosemount 5408 Series non-contracting, radar level transmitters for continuous measurement and Rosemount 2140 vibrating-fork, liquid-level detector with wired HART for point-level measurement
Narrower beams, smaller antennae and higher sensitivity handle compact, cluttered or non-conductive applications.
Siemens' Sitrans LR250 non-contacting, radar level transmitter with a new threaded polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) antenna for liquid and slurry measurement
Features non-contact radar technology in a compact, economical unit.