The microwave pulse of the guided wave radar level meter runs along a cable, rod or coaxial casing containing a rod, and when it touches the measured medium, the microwave pulse is reflected back and received by the electronic component, and its running t
This radar guided wave level transmitter is a measuring instrument based on the principle of time travel. The radar wave runs at the speed of light, and the running time can be converted into a level signal through electronic components. The probe sends out high-frequency pulse and propagates along the cable or rod probe. When the pulse meets the material surface, it is reflected back and received by the receiver in the instrument, and the distance signal is converted into the material level signal.
The reflected pulse signal is transmitted to the electronic circuit of the instrument along the cable or rod probe, and the microprocessor processes the signal to identify the echo generated by the microwave pulse on the material surface. The correct echo signal recognition is completed by the pulse software. The distance D from the material surface is proportional to the time travel T of the pulse.
|Product||Radar Guided Wave Level Transmitter|
|Measure Range||0-20 meters|
Acid, alkali, other corrosive media
|Process Pressure||-0.1 ~ 0.3MPa|
|Signal Output||4-20mA (Two-wire/Four)|
|Power Supply||DC(6~24V)/ Four-wire
DC 24V / Two-wire
L----Empty tank height
E----Minimum distance from probe to tank wall >50mm