Reliable level and pressure sensors for the water and wastewater industries
Jul 08 2020 Read 324 Times
In the water and wastewater industries, it is worth taking a closer look at the topic of level and pressure measurement. With an 80 GHz radar sensor from Vega, for example, you'll find a number of improvements over previously widespread measuring technologies like ultrasonic.
A family-owned company with more than 1,600 employees worldwide, Vega has developed a product series that is perfectly suitable for the challenging requirements found in the water and wastewater industries. Decades of research and experience have resulted in intelligent electronics and a sleek sensor design. Exceptionally short signal propagation times calculated with high-frequency signals, a measurement unaffected by temperature, pressure or vacuum, and a sensor unaffected by condensation or build up are all big leaps for instrumentation in the water and wastewater industries. These new Vega radar sensors accurately measure within a millimetre without a blocking distance at the antenna. They safely and reliably provide level measurements for a long time – even if they become flooded.
Simple, durable and customer-oriented: These key words describe the path VEGA has taken for its sensor portfolio, but also for its partnership-based cooperation. The instruments are distinguished by a fast setup and commissioning, flexible connection systems and intuitive operation.
Vega combines classic level and pressure measurement with the digital world. Legal regulations and the natural environment demand even higher reliability, accuracy and faster reaction times, and Vega relies on standards that enable fast and error-free connection. A Bluetooth function integrated in all sensors allows for remote adjustment with a mobile phone or tablet. Reliable measured values don't get from A to B any easier.
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