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t030 TLR30-40 EV

30-40 meters Radar Level Transducer

The radar technology of TLR-level sensors is the most suitable solution for applications requiring high precision standards of measurement, as it guarantees high performances in terms of accuracy and resolution.
The measuring principle is not affected by variations in atmospheric temperature and by suspended dust between the sensor and the measured surface, ensuring the acquisition of a reliable data even in extreme environmental conditions. The measurement principle is based above the emission of a radar impulse in the direction of the surface of interest and on the subsequent reception of the reflected wave. The distance between the sensor and the measuring surface is calculated from the signal time of flight.
The TLR is a non-contact instrument. Furthermore, it allows to speed up and simplify the installation and maintenance steps. The sensor is available with the digital outputs SDI12 and RS485, or 4-20 mA, and is supplied with power and signal cable (12m).
Range TLR3 : 30 meters
TLR4 : 40 meters
Accuracy ± 2 mm
Resolution 1 mm
Transducer Radar
Working temperature -40 ÷ 80 °C 

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