Magnetrol® Introduces Pulsar® Model R96 Non-Contact Radar Level Transmitter

Magnetrol International, a leading level and flow instrumentation manufacturer, has launched the Pulsar® Model R96 Non-Contact Radar transmitter for accurate, reliable level control in process applications. Virtually unaffected by the presence of vapors or air movement within a vessel’s free space, the two-wire, loop-powered, 6 GHz Radar Pulsar-R96-Horn-sidetransmitter measures a wide variety of liquid media in process conditions ranging from calm product surfaces and water-based media to turbulent surfaces and aggressive hydrocarbon media.

The PULSAR Model R96 offers state-of-the-technology performance, offering:

  • Best-in-class signal processing for exceptional accuracy and reliability
  • An extensive measurement range of 130 feet (40 meters)
  • Advanced diagnostics with automatic waveform capture and data logging
  • A powerful device type manager (DTM) with industry-leading field configuration and troubleshooting capabilities
  • SIL 2 suitability with a Safe Failure Fraction (SFF) = 92.7%. (FMEDA available upon request)
  • HART® and FOUNDATION fieldbusTM digital outputs

This new Radar transmitter joins the company’s ground-breaking Eclipse® Model 706 Guided Wave Radar (GWR) transmitter to offer process industries a complete portfolio of advanced radar technologies for level control solutions. For information about the new PULSAR Model R96 Non-Contact Radar level transmitter, visit radar.magnetrol.com or contact a MAGNETROL representative.

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