Water Level Radar (120m)
Water level measurement and data analysis with Smartyplanet
The SP69 water level radar is the ideal solution for measuring the water level in dams, ponds, rivers, etc.
The measurements are made without being in contact with water; therefore, radar maintenance is minimal.
The radar has a high precision in its measurements and can measure up to 120m of water.
The data can be viewed through the Smartyplanet web platform since it is fully compatible with the radar.
The SP69 water level radar is the ideal solution for the continuous measurement of the water level in dams, ponds, rivers, etc.
It can be equipped with an encapsulated plastic antenna or a lens antenna integrated in a metal flange. This makes possible the optimal adaptation to the most varied process conditions.
The operation of the equipment is based on the emission of a continuous radar signal through its antenna. The signal sent is reflected by the product and captured in the form of an echo by the antenna. The frequency difference between the signal sent and the received signal is proportional to the distance and thus to the filling height. The filling height determined in this way is transformed into a corresponding output signal and output as a measurement value.
This water level radar reaches a distance of 120m and is precise and reliable.
The pieces of equipment that are in contact with the medium are made of 316L, PP or PEEK. The seal of the process is FKM or EPDM. The housings can be supplied in two-chamber version in plastic, stainless steel or aluminum materials. They are available in IP66 / I67 protection class.
The level radar is fully compatible with the Smartyplanet data visualization platform.
Water level measurement of lakes, dams, ponds, rivers, etc.
Measuring deep water level
Aluminum, plastic or stainless steel housing.
120 m range
|Process pressure||-1...3 bar
|Environmental& storage temperature||-40....+80ºC
|Process voltage||- Low voltage: 9,6...48VDC, 20...42VAC, 50/60Hz
- Network voltage: 90...253VAC, 50/60Hz