RadarIQ-D1 SILO Sensor
RadarIQ-D1 SILO Sensor
The RadarIQ-D1 SILO sensor is designed specifically for monitoring inside grain silos. It is available either as a stand-alone sensor or as part of a IoT-ready solution.
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.
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.
The RadarIQ-D1 SILO sensor is not sensitive to temperature. The readings are consistent across all temperature and humidity scenarios. Understanding the "level" in a grain silo is challenging because the surface of the material is never flat. The accuracy of the sensor is somewhat dependent on the material being measured and how it flows through the silo. For most practical purposes the accuracy of the sensor is sufficient for monitoring purposes.
60GHz FMCW is the latest generation of radar technology. It boasts a higher distance resolution that traditional 24GHz radar.
The RadarIQ Distance sensor has a focused beam, to capture the level of the product in the silo and reject noise.
Robust to dust
Grain silos are very dusty environments. Radar is impervious to dust which makes it ideal for grain silos.
Looking for more information about Silo or Grain monitoring?
The IoT enabled version is still under active development. If you are are interested in this solution we'd love to hear from you.
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