FMCW Radar sensors and accompanying software solutions for a range of industrial applications.

RadarIQ Distance Sensor Features


The RadarIQ Distance range of sensors is waterproof and has been tested t to 6 atmospheres (60m) of pressure (More waterproof than an IP rating).

Small Form factor

The RadarIQ Distance range of sensor have an external M32 thread making it compatible with many commonly used industrial connectors and very easy to install.

Optimized for specific applications

To get the best quality of data from radar distance measurement sensors, the hardware, firmware, and software is optimized for specific applications. Talk to us if you have an application which is not currently supported by a sensor in the RadarIQ Distance range.

Available as a standalone sensor or with cloud connectivity

The Radar IQ Distance sensors are available as both a stand-alone sensor for integration with other hardware. Alternatively, the sensor are also available as part of a cloud package which allows for turn-key internet of things capabilities and functionality.

Measure up to 10m

The RadarIQ-D1 Sensor is designed to measure from 40mm up to 10,000mm of distance.


60GHz FMCW is the latest generation of radar technology. It boasts a higher distance resolution that traditional 24GHz radar.

Focused beam

The RadarIQ Distance sensor has a focused beam, to capture the level of interest and reject noise.

Robust to challenging environmental conditions.

Radar is impervious to dust, steam, fog or smoke making it ideal for situations where the environment makes measuring with traditional sensors hard.

Distance Sensor Applications

River & Lake Level Sensing

Monitoring river and lake level is important for managing water resources, environmental protection, modeling floods, recreation and regulatory compliance.

Monitoring lakes and rivers is difficult because the locations are often remote, and sensors must 'just work' under all weather conditions.

The RadarIQ-D1-RIVER sensor is designed specifically for the challenges of remote river and lake monitoring.

Learn more about how the RadarIQ-D1-RIVER sensor or our cloud solution can solve your river or lake monitoring challenges (link)

Silo Monitoring

Understanding the level inside grain silos is very important to ensure that supply is optimized and the right amount of grain is available at the right time.

Measuring the level inside grain silos is difficult because grain creates a lot of dust which negatively affects most types of continuous measurement sensor.

The RadarIQ-D1-GRAIN sensor is specifically designed to measure inside grain silos. Radar technology is immune to dust build up which makes it the ideal technology for monitoring grain silos.

Learn more about how the RadarIQ-D1-GRAIN sensor or our cloud solution can solve your grain monitoring challenges (link)

Wave & Swell Measurement

Measurement of waves and swell is important for environmental and coastal engineering. Understanding waves and boat swell is critical for building accurate models of breakwaters, piers, and understanding the effects of boat wake.

Measuring waves and swell is difficult to do. Specialist equipment is needed, and this is typically difficult to install and maintain.

The RadarIQ-D1-WAVE sensor is specifically designed for measuring waves and swell. It can be mounted above the water and measures the surface to get the wave amplitude and frequency.

Learn more about the RadarIQ-D1-WAVE sensor can solve your wave monitoring challenges. (link)

Industrial Monitoring

Continuous level monitoring is one of the most important aspects of monitoring of industrial processes.

Dusty, Steamy, or foamy material is hard to monitor in an industrial setting. Many commonly-used sensors on the market simply don't work reliably in these situations.

Radar technology excels in these situations because it can see through dust, steam, and foam 

Learn more about the RadarIQ-D1-INDUSTRIAL sensor can solve your challenging monitoring situations. (link)

Need help?

Need a distance sensor for a specific or challenging application? Talk to use to see if radar technology is a good fit.

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