What is the difference between the guided wave radar level gauge and the cable type?
Generally speaking, there is not much difference between the two applications. It is nothing more than that the flexible antenna measurement range can be larger. The specific application has the following differences:
1. If the process medium is foaming, boiling surface or forming turbulence, it is recommended to use a rod antenna; flexibility is also possible, but the effect is not rigid.
2, the process medium is a viscous liquid or solid, particles, powder, it is recommended to use a flexible antenna; rod type can also be, but the effect is not flexible.
Other aspects use the basic difference in a measurement range.
The main difference between the guided wave radar level gauge and the cable type is the range pole 6m cable 30m. There is no difference in the effect of the measured signal.
Guided wave radar can measure liquid with a certain viscosity but not too much viscosity
Guided wave radar does not need to be guided by the waveguide
What happened on the scene like a scene with severe fluctuations
Can also add a waveguide tube. This article is transferred from: electromagnetic flowmeter http:// orifice flowmeter http://
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