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  1. #1
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    Radar level indicators

    Have any of you guys had dealings with these? I am a newbee here. I do Walt Disney stuff.

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    I've used the PLS 5 a lot back in the sheet metal days, that thing worked awesome. I personally have a 5 way black and decker, it was around $200 I believe, and it worked just as well for what I needed. Of course it wasn't ultra precise, but honestly less than 1/8" over 50 or 100 feet, for duct, who cares.

    I'm not sure if this is the type your talking about though...
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    Oops... sorry amick, I ment a radar type of level transmitter. Used to measure liquid levels in steam generating boilers and ammonia chillers.

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    I found it. Here It is.

    Do you guys have any input? Boyd?
    I have worked with these for the last couple of months. Not very responsive.

    By oroyme at 2009-08-14

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    I kinda had a hunch it wasn't that kind of level indicator, but figured what the heck, I was bored, felt like typing..

    Never used them, saw them or anything. I prefer the old school myself
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