3 Reasons the PRS Excels in Solids Level Measurement

Close up view from above of quinoaTo get an accurate level measurement, a non-contact sensor has to be able to ascertain where the surface of the measured substance is. And while liquids generally “find their own level,” every solid piles in its own special way. Some lie wide, shallow, and evenly; others collect in pillars with sharp slopes. Added to the variety of the collecting shapes is the shape of the individual pieces: smooth or jagged, rectangular, round, or flat. All of this makes for chaotic readings when using reflecting sound waves or electromagnetic waves.

Unless you have a True EchoTM PRS Dual Frequency Pulse Radar Level Transmitter for Solids.

APG Introduces Three New True Echo™ Pulse Radar Level Transmitters

APG's New True Echo™ Pulse Radar Transmitter

LOGAN, UT – Automation Products Group, Inc. (APG) introduces three new True Echo™ Pulse Radar Level Transmitters: the Series PRL for Liquids, the Series PRS Dual Frequency for Solids, and the Series PRX Explosion Proof.

True Echo™ Pulse Radar Transmitters bring the unassailable accuracy of radar level readings to several difficult settings: liquids, solids, and Class I, Division 1 hazardous locations. All True Echo™ Pulse Radar Level Transmitters come with either a 50’ (15m) or 100’ (30m) range, an accuracy of ±0.25% of maximum range, and an output resolution of 6.1 μA.