Non-Contact Radar

Non-contact radar continuously measures the level of powders, granules, solids, or liquids in a vessel. Reliable and precise in high dust, 80 GHz non-contact radar excels in powders and solids in tall and narrow vessels. Pulse radar transmitters using a lower frequency are more commonly used in liquids and perform in diverse tank shapes and environmental conditions.

80 GHz Non-Contact Radar for Solids

Model: NCR-80

This 80 GHz non-contact radar provides superior continous level measurement even in extremely dusty powders and bulk solids. 

80 GHz Non-Contact Radar for Liquids

Model: NCR-84

The NCR-84 is an 80 GHz non-contact radar level sensor designed for precise, reliable performance in challenging liquid conditions such as excessive steam, vapor, condensation, or surface foam.

26 GHz Non-Contact Radar for Clean Liquids

Model: NCR-25

The NCR-25 continuously measures water, fuels, oils, and other free-flowing, clean liquids.

26 GHz Non-Contact Radar for Agressive or Hygienic Liquids

Model: NCR-30

The NCR-30 continuously measures aggressive liquids such as asphalt or syrups or liquids in sanitary environments.

26 GHz Non-Contact Radar for Liquids in Small Vessels

Model: NCR-21

The NCR-21 is a low cost non-contact radar sensor for standard measuring applications in liquids in small vessels less than 26 feet.

Digital Panel Meter

Model: DPM-100

The DPM-100 digital panel meter is a versatile, easy-to-read display perfect for any Modbus-enabled level sensor



Compatible with an array of BinMaster and other Modbus sensors, the web-based BinView® application allows for easy remote inventory monitoring of multiple vessels at multiple locations. 

Binventory® (eBob) Software

Model: Version 5.3

With real-time data from a variety of sensors, Binventory® software helps you safely and effectively manage inventory levels for up to 255 vessels. 

Control Console

Model: C-100

This compact, push-button console provides walk up or drive up level monitoring for SmartBob, non-contact or guided wave radar, and sensors with Modbus output.