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Vega Level Instruments

Measuring techniques for continuous level measurement

In continuous level measurement, the level of a medium in a tank or silo is detected with the help of different measuring methods and converted into an electronic signal. The level signal is either displayed directly on site or incorporated into a process control or management system.
Typical applications for continuous level measurement are process tanks, storage tanks or silos in the process industry.
The measured media are:
  • liquids
  • pastes
  • powders
  • bulk solids

VEGAPULS: Level measurement with radar

In continuous non-contact level measurement with radar, the sensor sends microwave signals towards the medium from above. The surface of the medium reflects the signals back in the direction of the sensor. Using the received microwave signals, the sensor determines the distance to the product surface and calculates the level from it.
Liquids and solids are commonly measured with this measuring technique.
The advantages
  • Non-contact level measurement with radar is characterized by especially high measurement accuracy
  • Measurement is not affected by temperature, pressure or dust
  • User-friendly adjustment saves time

VEGAPULS C 23 - Wired radar sensor for continuous level measurement - for standard measuring tasks

VEGAPULS C22 - Wired radar sensor for continuous level measurement

VEGAPULS C21 - Wired radar sensor for continuous level measurement - for standard measuring task

VEGAPULS C 11 - Wired radar sensor for continuous level measurement

VEGAFLEX: Measurement of level and interface with guided wave radar (GWR)

In level measurement with guided wave radar, microwave pulses are conducted along a cable or rod probe and reflected by the product surface. The measuring probe of the TDR sensor ensures that the signal reaches the medium undisturbed. Liquids, bulk solids and separation layers (interfaces) in liquids are commonly measured with this measuring technique.
The advantages
The TDR sensors measure reliably despite:
  • steam
  • pressure and temperature fluctuations
  • dust and noise
  • buildup and condensation


VEGAFLEX 81 - All kind of liquids, applications with vapour, buildup, foam or condensation

VEGAFLEX 82 - Light and heavy-weight bulk solids, applications with strong dust generation, condensation or buildup

VEGAFLEX 83 ĘC Aggressive liquids or liquid media with highest hygienic requirements, applications with vapour, buildup, foam generation or condensation

VEGAFLEX 86 - Virtually all liquids under extreme pressure and temperature conditions, applications with buildup, foam generation or condensation

VEGASON: Ultrasonic level measurement

In non-contact ultrasonic level measurement, the sensor emits ultrasonic pulses in the direction of the medium, which then reflects them back.
The elapsed time from emission to reception of the signals is proportional to the level in the tank. Ultrasonic sensors are ideal for simple standard applications, both for liquids and for solids.
The advantages
  • The compact design of ultrasonic sensors allows easy installation
  • Non-contact measurement with ultrasonic technology operates independently of product characteristics
  • Cost-effective measuring method for wear and maintenance free operation

ULTRASONIC LEVEL TRANSMITTER - VEGASON 61 | Level switch, Non-contact Level

NON-CONTACT LEVEL - VEGASON 62 | Water Level Transmitter | Process Level Meter

LOW COST ULTRASONIC LEVEL - VEGASON 63 | Chemical Process Transmitter

VEGACAL: Capacitive level measurement

In capacitive level measurement, the sensor and the vessel form the two electrodes of a capacitor. Any change in level causes a capacitance change, which is in turn converted into a level signal.
Thanks to versions with shortenable cables and rods, the capacitive level sensors cover a wide variety of applications.
The advantages
  • Capacitive level measurement enables measurement without blind spots over the entire sensor length
  • Fully insulated capacitive sensors also measure aggressive liquids
  • Cost-effective measurement for trouble-free and maintenance-free operation

LEVEL MEASUREMENT OF BULK SOLIDS and Can Be Also Used in Non-Conductive Liquids - VEGACAL 65

LEVEL SENSOR for Use in Conductive Liquids and Bulk Solids - VEGACAL 66

CAPACITANCE LEVEL SENSOR for Continuous Level Measurement of Liquids in Non-Conductive Vessels or Corrosive Liquids - VEGACAL 69

LEVEL SENSOR IN UNIVERSALLY for Continuous Level Measurement of Bulk Solids - VEGACAL 67 | High Temperature and Pressure

VEGABAR and VEGAWELL: Hydrostatic level measurement

In hydrostatic level measurement, the measuring cell of the pressure transmitter detects even the slightest changes in hydrostatic pressure, which increases or decreases depending on the filling level. The acting pressure is converted into an electrical signal by the integrated electronics and then outputted as an output signal. Different types of measuring cells are used in level measurement based on the hydrostatic principle.
The advantages
  • Level measurement with hydrostatics is totally unaffected by foaming or vessel installations
  • Ceramic measuring cells offer excellent long-term stability and high overload resistance
  • Metallic measuring cells also cover larger measuring ranges

PRESSURE TRANSMITTER VEGABAR 66 | Pressure Switch | Over Pressure Transmitter

SUSPENSION PRESSURE TRANSMITTER for Level Measurement in Wells, Basins and Open Vessels VEGABAR 86

SUBMERSIBLE LEVEL TRANSMITTER VEGABAR 67 | Hydrostatic Pressure | Immersion Transmitter

PRESSURE TRANSMITTER for Pressure and Level Measurements of Liquids and Viscous Products with Higher Temperatures in the Chemical, Food Processing and Pharmaceutical Industry - VEGABAR 87

PROTRAC: Radiation-based level measurement

In radiometric, i.e. radiation-based, level measurement, a slightly radioactive isotope emits focused gamma rays.
The sensor, which is mounted on the opposite side of the vessel, receives this radiation. Since gamma rays are attenuated when penetrating matter, the sensor can calculate level, point level, density or mass flow from the intensity of the incoming radiation.
The advantages
  • Maximum operational reliability even in the harshest environments
  • Measurement is independent of pressure, temperature and product aggressiveness
  • Measuring system can be installed on the outside of a vessel during ongoing production

LEVEL TRANSMITTER VEGA FIBERTRAC 31 | Radiation Level, Process Level

NUCLEAR LEVEL SWITCH VEGA SOLITRAC 31 | Non-Contact Transmitter and Switch

RADIOACTIVE VEGASOURCE 31 | Cobalt 60 | Cesium 137 | Non-Contact Level

GAMMA SEAL SOURCE VEGASOURCE 35 | Non-Contact Installation | Low Radiation Source Activity

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