Today's high-frequency radars are generally radar level gauges that operate in the K-band (24-26 GHz).
The higher the radar's operating frequency, the shorter the electromagnetic wave wavelength. The easier it is to have better reflections on inclined solid surfaces The narrow beam width can effectively avoid obstacles, and the high frequency can also make the radar using a smaller antenna.
The FMCW FM continuous-wave microwave level meter transmits and receives signals at the same time, and more microwave signals are emitted at the same time.
The solid wave measurement can reduce the wave loss phenomenon in the measurement of high dust solid silo.
Therefore, the solid-state mid- and high-frequency FM radar can provide accurate and reliable measurements, and is also well used in media such as PP powder and PE powder in the chemical industry. However, due to technical limitations, there is currently no high-frequency radar level gauge that works above the K band.
The specification can according to your requirement to do:
|Product Name||radar level sensor|
|Application||Fuel Level Sensor|
Nowadays, what troubles users in the field of level measurement is the level measurement of some large solid silos, especially for silos that are filled with dust and disturbance within 50/100 meters. Related technical instruments such as capacitors or guided wave radar TDRs will be subjected to strong tensile loads when the material level drops during unloading, which may damage the instrument or pull down the roof of the silo.
Heavy hammers often have problems with buried hammers and require frequent maintenance, as do most other mechanical instruments. The high dust conditions may exceed the capabilities of the non contact ultrasonic level sensor measurement system. High-frequency FM radar technology is especially suitable for level measurement of this large solid silo.
As a specialized level sensor supplier, FEEJOY has more than 16 years' experience in custom manufacturing redar level transmitter on customer's requirements on material, power output, accuracy, sensor type, etc.
Radar waves are a special form of electromagnetic waves. Radar level transmitters use the special properties of electromagnetic waves to detect level.
The higher the frequency of the radar wave, the smaller the launch angle, the greater the energy (magnetic flux or field strength) per unit area, the smaller the attenuation of the wave, and the better the measurement effect of the radar level transmitter.