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Radar measurement
Micropilot FMR532

For high accurate non-contact level measurement in stilling well applications in custody transfer

  • Micropilot FMR532 ©Endress+Hauser
  • Micropilot FMR532 Application ©Endress+Hauser
  • Time-of-Flight measuring principle

The Micropilot FMR532 is used for custody transfer and inventory control applications with NMi- and PTB-approvals. It meets the relevant requirements according to OIML R85 and API 3.1B. The FMR532 free space radar with planar antenna is specifically suited for stilling well applications. Micropilot FMR532 offers cost-effective and simple installation via 4-wire cable with HART and 24 V DC intrinsically safe power supply.


  • 0.8mm accuracy (2σ value)

  • National approvals (NMi, PTB) for custody transfer

  • Applicable as stand-alone system or integrated into tank gauging systems via the Tank Side Monitor NRF590

  • Easy on-site operation via menu-driven alphanumeric display

  • Easy commissioning, documentation and diagnostics via FDT/DTM technology (FieldCare)

  • Cost-effective and simple installation via 4-wire cable with HART and 24 V DC intrinsically safe power supply

  • Unique drip-off antenna design eliminates measurement error due to condensation build-up

Field of application

With planar antenna particularly suited for stilling well applications with ranges
up to 38m (124ft).

  • Process connection: Flange

  • Temperature: -40 to +150°C (-40 to +302°F)

  • Pressure: Vacuum to +25bar (Vacuum to +362psi)

  • Maximum measuring range: 38m (124ft)

  • Accuracy: Better than ±1mm

  • C-band: 6GHz

  • International explosion protection and custody transfer certificates, overfill prevention WHG, SIL, marine approval

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Endress+Hauser Instruments International AG
ул. Абдуллиных 66 050010, Алматы Kazakhstan
Tel.: +7 727 345 06 60
Fax: +7 727 345 06 61

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