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What is false echo suppression?

A few weeks ago, I wrote about problems a customer encountered trying to move a functioning radar level device from one tank to another. With a little light reading of the user manual, and one change on the radar, the situation was resolved. 

People are usually familiar with the concept of false echo suppression: looking at a tank and mapping out the obstructions that can cause false readings, like baffles, ladders, tank braces. But the Siemens products we work with do it a little differently. It’s a built-in feature on Siemens ultrasonic and radar level devices, and only takes five minutes to run.

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My Siemens infrared handheld programmer is missing. What do I do?

Looking for a programmer for your radar level unit, and can only find the ultrasonic version? Need the ultrasonic, but it’s disappeared? Not to worry: You can use either Siemens/Milltronics handheld programmer in a pinch!

Those Siemens handheld programmers are the same size and sorta look alike until you look closely.  One is for radar, the other for ultrasonics.  What if you can only locate the Wrong OneRead the rest of this entry »

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