How a wave radar benefits your company

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What a wave radar does, is it sends out a signal which measure real time wave data. This information is than send back to a central processing unit, or CPU. You will profit from the many benefits; no more maintenance, a radar that’s suitable for all weather conditions, a low power consumption device and explosion proof certified. These are a few examples of the benefits the radar will give you. The radar can be used on offshore oil and gas platforms, offshore wind parks and platforms, harbours and coasts and as an input to Met-Ocean systems. Radac provides two types of products; the WaveGuide Height & Tide and the WaveGuide Height & Tide Ex certified. 

A sensor to complement the wave radar on board of a vessel

What are your current methods of collecting environmental information when you are out at sea? The WaveGuide Onboard might be the solution for your business! The WaveGuide Onboard consists of a sensor and its own server. The sensor is situated on the bow of the ship. The WaveGuide Onboard collects, synchronizes and compensates the data. The sensor comes in an excellent price/performance ratio. Also, it basically has no maintenance, is easy to install and explosion proof certified. Therefore, this wave radar, developed and manufactured by Radac, is suitable for all weather conditions. 

Use a WaveGuide Level on your pipe as a wave radar

If you need a wave radar to apply to your ocean-side pipe systems, the WaveGuide wave radar by Radac might interest you. You can easily measure the motions of the water’s surface with two products. You can use a WaveGuide Water Level or a WaveGuide Height & Tide, mounted on top of a pipe. Both products are suitable for all weather conditions, they are perfect for solar energy and are reliable, durable and accurate. The products from Radac are perfect for rivers, bridge clearance, lakes and dams. The water level will be measured at the point where it’s mounted. The raw data and parameters even can be requested and displayed on a computer’s web browser!