Continuous level measurement and point level detection in liquids and solids with capacitance probes
A pressure transmitter will measure the weight force of any media, e.g. groundwater, above it. This weight force can be imagined as a water column “standing” on top of the level probe. The water column causes pressure on the transmitter and this pressure is proportional to the water level.
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Liquid level sensors have been available in markets around for decades like food and drink, manufacturing, therapeutic and household, printing, and agriculture, automotive and white goods for leak recognition or level capacity. Some tool manufacturers may also be amazed at both the variety and intellect of level sensing choices available on the market. Developments that used to occupy expensive pieces of apparatus can now be attained using original, innovative and clever technologies that can be expensive, dependable, strong, highly precise and easy to install. Liquids that have historically been known to be enormously challenging to sense like soap containing bubbles or foam, milk, and sticky materials such as ink and glue are now showing possible and easier to notice with the different types of level sensors available. This article will explain the most general kinds of level sensors obtainable on the market today.