Dwyer introduces GWL/GWB Radar Level Transmitters

August 162011
Dwyer introduces GWL/GWB Radar Level Transmitters

August 16, 2011 - Dwyer Instruments announces Series GWL Guided Wave Radar Transmitter for Liquids and Series GWB for Solids

GWL is a level transmitter providing an analog and switching output (4 to 20 mA as well as a NC SPST switch output) to provide continuous level indication of liquids. The sensor can output level indication as a continuous measurement reading through its analog output, or it can alter that information into freely adjustable switching output signals. State of the art Time Domain Reflectometry technology in this transmitter allows for excellent accuracy and stability, as well as suppression of disturbance signals, allowing the GWL to measure precisely even when operating close to interfering structures. This series is available with either a rigid or flexible probe depending on the application installation required as well as the custom probe length. One of the GWL characteristics is virtually no installation restrictions making it ideal for small tanks, tall and narrow nozzles, and various other types of processing and storage applications. The Guided Wave Radar Transmitter for Liquids also features factory setting configuration via HART Communication protocol.

Series GWB providies an analog and switching output (4 to 20 mA as well as a NC SPST switch output) to provide continuous level indication of powder bulk material. The sensor can output level indication as a continuous measurement reading through its analog output, or it can alter that information into freely adjustable switching output signals. State of the art Time Domain Reflectometry technology in this transmitter allows for excellent accuracy and stability, as well as suppression of disturbance signals, allowing the GWB to measure precisely even when operating close to interfering structures. This series is available with either a rigid or flexible probe depending on the application installation required as well as the custom probe length. One of the GWB characteristics is virtually no installation restrictions making it ideal for small tanks, tall and narrow nozzles, and various other types of processing and storage applications. The Guided Wave Radar Transmitter for Solids also features factory setting configuration via HART Communication protocol.
 

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