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Realtime level measurements in dusty conditions

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Monitor Technologies

Monitor Technologies

RadarRight is a non-contact continuous level sensor (photo) that provides realtime level measurement of powders, bulk solids and liquids, even in dusty conditions. The instrument uses proven microwave-pulse technology and has a small beam angle to concentrate energy for high accuracy and reliability. The sensor has no moving parts to wear, which leads to longer operational life and lower maintenance requirements. Analog or RS-485/Modbus versions are offered. RadarRight devices are suitable for various metal or nonmetal storage vessels. — Monitor Technologies LLC, Elburn, Ill.

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