Successful product with new features

The new sensor Hydro-Mix

Hydronix is proud to announce the release of the next generation of microwave sensors for mixers and screw conveyors, the Hydro-Mix VII. It will be officially launched at the World of Concrete exhibition in Las Vegas on 2nd – 5th February 2010, and will also be on display in Europe at Bauma, Munich in April.

Building on the success of the Hydro-Mix VI, the new generation sensor features the following four aspects:

New Signal Processing Features

Filtering has always been useful to minimise the noise in the signal that is generated by the application itself. For example, the sensor may first see material, next a passing metal blade, then an air void. Filtering works on the basis that the sensor knows that the majority of what it ‘sees’ is material and it filters out the signals that are outside of the ‘normal’ range. Where this becomes increasingly complex is in cases where it is more difficult to...

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