The guided wave radar level transmitter is a solid and liquid level measuring instrument commonly used in the industry. It transmits electromagnetic pulses along with the steel wire cable or tube/rod to propagate at the speed of light; when these encounter the surface of medium to be measured, the pulses will be partly reflected to form an echo
wave and returned to the pulse transmission device along the same path, and the height of liquid level can be calculated.
The guided wave radar level transmitter uses advanced echo wave processing technology with a wide range of product applications that is capable of measuring the low dielectric constant of solid buck; and capable of measuring the solid level, liquid level and medium surface. The product models include coaxial, tube/rod, steel wire cable type for the customer's choice, suitable for high temperature and high pressure medium liquid level measurement.