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26G high frequency radar level sensor used in cement silos

March 26, 2020

26G high frequency radar level sensor used in cement silos

In the cement plant, continuous level measurement of various material warehouses plays a vital role in improving the product quality, production efficiency, safety and environmental protection of the entire production line. 26G high frequency radar level sensor has occupied a dominant position in the measurement of the cement industry and various dust silos due to its special technical performance.

At present, dust from cement silos is the biggest factor affecting measurement. 26G high frequency radar level sensor, whose radar reflection mainly comes from the diffuse reflection of the material surface, and has a strong penetrating ability during measurement, can perform stable and reliable measurement even in the case of severe dust and powder application. And the unique echo processing technology of high-frequency radar sensors can distinguish true and false echo signals in harsh powder measurement environments, providing reliable measurement data. At the same time, it uses a longer bell mouth design, which not only facilitates the needs of field installation, but also can obtain a smaller microwave transmission angle, and is beneficial to enhance the strength of the echo signal and avoid interference signals in the range of the microwave radar level sensor. This enables the high-frequency radar level meter to be fully automated and reliable for level measurement in cement silos, which improves the production efficiency of the cement plant, and reduces the production cost of the plant at the same time.

In conclusion, 26G high-frequency radar level sensor's antenna is further optimized, with the new and fast microprocessor it can react higher-speed signal analysis and processing. Even in more complex solid warehouses and other materials, accurate measurement can be performed. It solves the problem of dust and powder environment measurement that cannot be completed by ultrasonic level sensors.

 

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