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22 Apr, 2020

Magnetrol, the pioneer of Guided Wave Radar (GWR) technology being applied in the world’s harshest environments, now introduces that same expertise for commercial applications

The Eclipse® Model 700 Transmitter is a loop-powered, 24 VDC level transmitter that is based upon the proven and accepted technology of Guided Wave Radar (GWR). Encompassing several significant engineering accomplishments, this leading-edge level transmitter is designed to provide measurement performance well beyond that of many of the more traditional technologies.
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14 Apr, 2020

New Guided Wave Radar Transmitter Delivers Accurate Level Measurement In Harsh Processing Conditions

Magnetrol’s Eclipse® Model 700 Packs Industry-Leading Technology Into Economical Design
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30 Aug, 2019

Pulsar® Model R86 Enhancements

Magnetrol is pleased to announce the release of several new enhancements for this prominent Non-Contact Radar transmitter
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24 Jul, 2018

20 Years of Innovation: Guided Wave Radar at Magnetrol®

For 20 years, Magnetrol® has been at the forefront of guided wave radar innovation. Learn more about our transmitters.
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13 Mar, 2018

How Magnetrol® Radar Level Transmitters Differentiate Themselves

The best radar level transmitters for any application have strong performance, versatility, advanced diagnostics, and are easy to use. Learn more about how Magnetrol® radar transmitters fulfill these requirements.
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11 Jul, 2017

Expert Answers to Thermal Mass Flow Questions

The Magnetrol® flow portal, flow.magnetrol.com, provides information about thermal mass flow meters and how they can improve the efficiency and safety of many processes. Periodically, MAGNETROL product manager Tom Kemme answers questions about flow meters in the portal’s Ask the Expert column. This week’s blog shares some recent Q&As.
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