Non-contact radar continuously measures a variety of liquids in all conditions, including challenging environments, aggressive materials, and sanitary applications. Non-contact radars are easy to setup and configure using the BinDisc interface and are compatible with the BinView® web application and Binventory® software for simple access to inventory data from a phone, tablet, or desktop PC.
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.
The CNCR-110 is a compact non-contact 80 GHz radar sensor for liquid level measurement at distances up to 26 feet installed using a cable attached to the top of the sensor.
The CNCR-120 sensor is suited for non-contact liquid level measurement at distances up to 49 feet. The sensor has a cable outlet on the top for installation.
The CNCR-130 sensor is suited for non-contact liquid level measurement at distances up to 49 feet. Cable outlet on the side for installation on the vessel.
The CNCR-190 model is for non-contact liquid level measurement at distances up to 98 feet. Cable outlet at the top of the sensor for installation.
The compact CNCR-210 is a continuous liquid level sensor with a measuring range up to 26 feet. It is suitable for use in many industrial applications along with water and wastewater treatment.
The CNCR-220 is a compact 80 GHz radar level sensor with an extended measuring range up to 49 feet. It is suitable for use in many industrial applications along with water and wastewater treatment.
The CNCR-230 offers an LED display on the sensor housing making level readings accessible from the sensor. It can be used for measurements ranging up to 49 feet.
The NCR-25 continuously measures water, fuels, oils, and other free-flowing, clean liquids.
The NCR-30 continuously measures aggressive liquids such as asphalt or syrups or liquids in sanitary environments.
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