Guided wave radar transmitter for oil and gas applications

Magnetrol's Eclipse Model 706 guided wave radar (GWR) transmitter configured with Modbus protocol and is designed to provide liquid and interface level control for production applications in the oil and gas industry.

07/03/2015


Magnetrol's Eclipse Model 706 guided wave radar (GWR) transmitter configured with Modbus protocol and is designed to provide liquid and interface level control for production applications in the oil and gas industry. Courtesy: MagnetrolMagnetrol's Eclipse Model 706 guided wave radar (GWR) transmitter configured with Modbus protocol and is designed to provide liquid and interface level control for production applications in the oil and gas industry. The Eclipse Model 706 loop-powered, 24 V dc transmitters are designed with guided wave radar technology for liquid level instrumentation. The 706 offers high-performance solutions ideal for wellhead equipment including separators and oil tanks. Other features include quick start-up and stabilization times to reduce energy consumption. Its top level and interface measurement are designed to deliver precise tank capacity control to reduce production costs. Its diagnostics and data storage enable efficient remote monitoring and it is compatible with industry standard RTUs.

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