Gladiator Microwave Switch - Beam Blockage Detection

Gladiator Microwave Switch - Beam Blockage Detection

Principle of Operations 

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A beam of microwave energy passes from a sender unit to a separate receiver in bursts approximately

200 times per second. If the path between the sender and receiver is blocked by any object or material

which absorbs or reflects microwave energy, then the receiver will not be able to detect the signal.

The presence or absence of the signal at the receiver is used to switch a relay for indication or control

purposes.

 

    

Primary Areas of Applications

 

Ø  asphalt

Ø  Brewing

Ø  Cement

Ø  Chemical

Ø  Dairy

Ø  Edible oil

Ø  Fertilizer

Ø  Food & Beverage

Ø  Glass

Ø  Mining & Metals

Ø  Oil & Gas

Ø  Packaging

Ø  Paint

Ø  Paper

Ø  Pharmaceutical

Ø  Plastics

Ø  Power Generation

Ø  Refining

Ø  Semiconductor

Ø  Sugar

Ø  Textile

Ø  Water & Wastewater

 

Documentation:

Beam Blockage Detection Datasheet