Going the Distance:Solids Level Measurement With Radar

Going the Distance:

Tim Little
Henry Vandelinde

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From industry newcomers to experienced veterans in the field of process instrumentation, this book offers a comprehensive guide to radar level measurement for solids that is both detailed and approachable. Beginning with a brief history of solids level measurement, the book covers topics such as frequency and performance, installation of radar devices, and connection to communication networks. Also included is a helpful guide on process intelligence troubleshooting. Explanatory diagrams accompany the text, along with a collection of interesting - and often humorous - anecdotes gathered over author Tim Little's career in the level measurement industry. Get up close and personal with the latest innovative leap in radar level measurement for solids: the new 78 GHz SITRANS LR560 transmitter. The book describes in detail its plug-and-play simplicity, long-range capacity, and measurement reliability. You'll be given a unique behind-the-scenes look at the development of this groundbreaking transmitter.

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Tim Little

Tim Little has over 20 years of experience in the instrumentation business, having joined Siemens in 1986. He has been involved in product testing, process engineering, sales, and field service. For the past ten years as product manager, he has been active in training, providing seminars and presentations to sales and technical staff, representatives and customers on the topics of ultrasonic and radar technology, effective applications, instrument commissioning, and troubleshooting.

Henry Vandelinde

Henry Vandelinde, Ph.D, is Marketing Services Manager, PI Global Training, with Siemens Milltronics Process Instruments. A 12-year senior manager, he designed and developed the world-class training facilities—training in excess of 6000 people per year—in Peterborough, Ontario; Dalian, China; and Karlsruhe, Germany. Additionally, he developed introductory and specialized instrumentation courses and implemented an e-learning program into Siemens Process Instruments.