VEGAPULS 69 – The new radar sensor for bulk solids

The ultimate bulk solids level sensor?

VEGA, the market leader in with bulk solids radar level measurement for over 10 years, is introducing the latest product in its range: VEGAPULS 69 – a non contact sensor that offers the full spectrum of performance in bulk solids level. This new device offers high frequency optimum signal focusing – in narrow containers and silos with internal obstructions, it reduces interfering false signals. The result is even higher measurement accuracy and reliability, even with very long measuring ranges.

Specifications include; a 75mm/3” antenna size, a measuring range of up to 120 meters/365ft and an accuracy of ±5 mm, it also so sensitive that even the smallest of level signals can be detected. Poorly reflective products in very dusty applications with uneven surface profiles –  like fine ash, cement, flour, coal, plastic powders and wood chips, can be confidently measured using this contactless technology, with no loss of signal and minimal false echoes. There is sufficient performance capability for the most diverse tasks; from level gauging down mine shafts, to measurement in small hoppers or bulk containers, it even has fast enough reactions for level/position control on conveyor tripper cars.  This innovative bulk solids level sensor offers maintenance-free operation, even in the most difficult of environments. It takes radar technology very close to being a universal solids level sensor. Contact VEGA for a direct demonstration with a battery powered device or to arrange a trial in your application. Is it time to change the way you measure bulk solids level?


VEGA Controls Ltd

Kendal House, Victoria Way
West Sussex
RH15 9NF


Tel   +44 1444 870055
Fax  +44 1444 870080

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