Posted on May 13, 2009 - ( views)
More than 200,000 Vegapuls radar sensors are installed and operate all over the world. The Vegapuls plicsplus represents the next generation of the tried pulse radar technology. Through the extension of the temperature range to 450°C and the higher chemical resistance of the antennas, the sensor has a much wider application spectrum. It features additional housing versions, an optimised connection concept and simplified operation thanks to clear adjustment parameters allowing for easy setup and commissioning. Its microprocessors provide power for the signal analysis and enable complex processing algorithms. The electronic components allow for fast signal evaluation and a differentiation between product level and vessel installations enabeling the sensors to follow quick level changes. This accommodates the recent market trend of implementing smaller vessels with shorter filling and emptying cycles.
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VEGA's VEGAFLEX Series 80 TDR sensors offer a variety of functions. Its simple adjustment concept guarantees even greater reliability for level and interface measurement. The instruments are optimised for all applications in liquids and solids.
offers level and interface measurement
with encapsulated (ExD) housing
for level measurement in bulk solids
with extended tempearture range
Wireless communication for near and far
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