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Endress + Hauser: Radar Level Gauge

November 13, 2000
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The Micropilot S, a high accuracy radar gauge, will be available from Endress + Hauser in January 2001. According to the company, the Micropilot S is the only high accuracy gauge of its type that uses pulsed time-of-flight technology instead of the frequency modulated continuous wave principle. The new generation radar level gauge reportedly comes with a significantly lower price tag than comparable models on today's market. And, unlike mechanical gauges, the Micropilot S requires no maintenance, further reducing cost of ownership, the company reports.

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