64-80GHz FMCW Level Radar is a radar sensor for continuous level measurement of liquids. Sino-Inst also launched a radar level sensor operating at 76-81 GHz.
Sino-Inst offers a variety of Radar Level Sensors for industrial level measurement. If you have any questions, please contact our sales engineers.
Features of 76-81GHz FMCW Level Radar
The LM78xx series is an FMCW radar operating at 76-81 GHz, which has a maximum measuring range of 120m and a minimum blind zone of 8cm. It supports 4-wire and 2-wire applications. Higher operating frequency and shorter wavelengths make it ideal for solid applications, including those with extreme dust and high temperature to + 200℃.
The radar consists of an electronic circuit coupled to a lens antenna and flange for quick and easy positioning.
The main benefits of using 78 GHz over devices using lower frequency are:
- Based on the self-developed CMOS millimeter wave RF chip, a more compact RF architecture, a higher signal-to-noise ratio, and a smaller blind zone are realized.
- 5GHz working bandwidth means higher measurement resolution and accuracy.
- 3°antenna beam angle, so the interference in the environment has less impact on the instrument, and the installation is more convenient.
- Shorter wavelength yields good reflection properties on sloped solids, so aiming towards material angle of repose is usually not necessary.
- Support remote debugging and remote upgrading to reduce the cost of field personnel.
Communication and Programming
LM78XX supports 485 bus protocol (4-wire), serial-port (2-wire) protocol, and hart (2-wire) protocol. It is very easy to install and configure via an optional graphical local display interface on a PC. Or you can modify the built-in parameters either locally via the pushbuttons. Or you can use a cell phone to control LM78xx via Bluetooth.
Specifications of 76-81GHz FMCW Level Radar
|Frequency||76GHz ~ 81GHz, 5GHz FMCW bandwidth|
|Measuring range||LM78x0: 0.3 m ~ 60m LM78x1: 0.08m~30m LM78x2: 0.6m ~ 120m|
|Minimum measured dielectric constant||>=2|
|Communication||LM782x: MODBUS LM783x: HART/Series|
|Signal output||LM782x: 4 ~ 20mA or RS-485 LM783x: 4~20mA|
|Fault output||3.8mA, 4mA, 20mA, 21mA, hold|
|Field operation / programming||128 × 64 dot matrix display / 4 buttons PC software Bluetooth|
|Enclosure||Aluminum alloy, stainless steel|
|Antenna type||Lens antenna/anti-corrosive antenna/flange isolated by quartz|
|Process temperature||T0:-40~85℃; T1:-40~200℃; T2:-40~500℃; T3:-40~1000℃|
|Recommended cables||AWG18 or 0.75mm²|
|Installation method||Thread or flange|
|Packing box size||370*270*180mm|
Extended reading: FMCW Radar Level Transmitter 120GHz
64-80GHz FMCW Level Radar Applications
Special advantages are the small process fittings for small tanks or tight spaces. The very good signal focusing allows use in vessels with many internal installations.
LM78 series FMCW Level Radar Applications
It is suitable for large range, high dust, steam condensation, mixing, narrow installation space, and occasions with high precision and blind zone requirements.
Applicable working conditions:
- Intermediate silo
- Storage tank
- Process tank
- Mixing tank
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