Microwave Sensors
Microwave Sensors

For level and interface measurement

Microwave sensors are used for measuring the level of liquids as well as interfaces.

The guided radar pulses along the probe ensuring precise and stable measurement even with foamy media. The measuring principle and mechanical construction make our microwave sensors ideal for harsh environments.

The most important benefits

  • Precise, absolute level measurement
  • Suitable for liquids
  • Wear- and maintenance-free
  • High degree of protection
  • Insensitive to shock and vibration
  • High durability and long service life
  • Flexible installation and handling

 

 

Product families

  • Guided Radar Sensors

    General industrial use

    Guided radar sensors are simple to place in service and reliable in measuring the level of a variety of liquid media. 

    Features

    • Level and interface measurement of liquids
    • Can be used universally
    • For process temperatures up to 150 °C and pressures up to 40 bar
    • Stainless steel housing, high IP68 rating
    • Simple startup and setting with integrated display

     

     

    Guided Radar Sensors
  • Guided Radar Sensors for Hygienic Areas

    For the highest hygiene requirements

    Its stainless steel housing, the polished rod probe and hygienic process connections make the guided radar sensor ideal for continuous level or interface measurement in the food and pharmaceutical industries.

    Features

    • Level measurement in hygienic applications
    • Process temperature up to 150 °C, process pressure up to 16 bar
    • IP68 protection
    • Hygienic process connections
    • Rugged design for long service life
    • Simple startup saves time and money

     

     

    Guided Sensors for Hygienic Areas
  • Guided Radar Sensors for Explosion Hazard Areas

    Most reliable even in Ex zones

    The wear-free guided radar sensors from Balluff measure the level and interface of liquids in various Ex zones.

    Features

    • Level and interface measurement of liquids
    • Suitable for use in explosion hazard areas
    • For process temperatures up to 150 °C and pressures up to 40 bar
    • Stainless steel housing, high IP68 rating
    • Simple startup saves time and money

     

     

     

    Guided Radar Sensors for Explosion Hazard Areas