Guided Wave Radar: Differentiating Between Actual Level and False Signals

Conventional guided-wave radars use device parameters that necessitate a number of alterations; by contrast, the LWT300 Guided Wave Radar series from ABB Analytical is designed to automatically achieve it.

The instrument incorporates LevelExpert™, an integrated intelligence that distinguishes between the actual level and other incorrect signals.

LWT310 for liquids applications

LWT310 for liquids applications

The LWT300 series includes the instruments LWT310 and LWT320. LWT310 comes in a flanged version and fits into a 19 mm (3/4 inch) NPT interface.

LWT320 for solids applications

LWT320 for solids applications

The LWT320 can be fitted into a 38 mm (1.5 inches) NPT interface and comes in a flanged version. The LWT320 is suggested for solid applications due to its ability to endure a higher pull force.

The LevelExpert™, which has been developed with 20 years of industrial level measurement experience, enables the intelligent instrument to detect levels accurately, even in the most challenging conditions.

With the LevelExpert™, the need for baseline mapping and echo selection can be eliminated. This is because the LevelExpert™ can detect the correct level through the clutter. The expert is now within the guided-wave radar.

The LWT300 series of instruments can be used in a wide variety of applications. They can match the user’s specific needs for applications up to 200 °C (392 °F) and 200 bars (2900 psi).


LWT series guided wave radar - with LevelExpert: the expert inside

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