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  • Switch Tips: Float-level switches
    Float-type switches are considered the least-expensive way of monitoring the level of fluid in a tank. They use a buoyant float to gauge a fluid level. In most models, the float carries permanent magnets and encircles a stationary stem. As the float rises or drops with fluid level, the magnetic
  • Application: Automobile Brake Float Level Sensor (.pdf)
    When applying one's foot to the brake pedal, it is taken for granted that the braking mechanism will begin to slow or stop the vehicle. A hermetically sealed reed switch plays a key reliability role by monitoring that the brake fluid level is maintained at its proper level. Low brake fluid level
  • Fluid-Trac Liquid Level Sensor For AdBlue Tanks
    This application note covers the Fluid-Trac (R) liquid level sensor used as a replacement for a standard 33-240 Ohm resistive float sender, reed-switch tube sensor, or capacitive tube sender in AdBlue tanks. Governments around the world are creating legislation to control and reduce the amount
  • Fluid_Trac Water Level Sensor for Wastewater Holding Tanks
    This application note covers the Fluid-Trac (R) 2-wire water level sensor used as a replacement for a standard 33-240 Ohm resistive float water level sender, reed-switch tube sensors, or capacitive tube senders in gray water and black water holding tanks. Waste water holding tank monitoring systems
  • Fluid_Trac Interface to Microprocessor Controlled Fuel Gauges/Digital Instrumentation
    This application note covers the Fluid-Trac (R) 3-wire liquid level sensor used as a replacement for a standard 33-240 Ohm resistive float sender, reed-switch tube sensor, or capacitive tube sender to interface with microprocessor-controlled fuel gauges or digital instrumentation. (I.e. electronic

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