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  • A Dozen Ways to Measure Fluid Level and How They Work
    The demands of sophisticated automated processing systems, the need for ever-tighter process control, and an increasingly stringent regulatory environment drive process engineers to seek more precise and reliable level measurement systems. Improved level measurement accuracy makes it possible
  • Application: Automobile Brake Fluid Level Sensor (.pdf)
    Designing a sensing system for under the hood of a vehicle presents difficult requirements. The sensor must operate at extreme temperatures that are as low as -40°C and as high as 125°C.
  • Application: Adaptable Multi-Point Fluid Level Sensor (.pdf)
    Liquid systems all have their own specialty aspects and their own peculiarities. The liquids vary in density and viscosity (flow level) in going from water with a centi-poise of 1 to liquid epoxies having up to 10,000 centipoise. Also, the temperatures can vary from -40°C for flour-inert (3-M
  • Application: Multi-Point Hot Fluid Liquid Level Sensor (.pdf)
    There are several laboratory fluid systems that required fluid level monitoring to help control very elaborate equipment processes. This new float sensor has four sensing positions, three of which are dedicated to monitoring hot fluid levels, and the fourth to sense a low fluid level cutoff point
  • Level sensors go floatless
    elements periodic along the direction of propagation of the wave. Most SEF sensors use a flat conductor in a serpentine pattern. But the shape can also be a helix, radial spiral, or other configurations when the sensors measure other properties besides fluid level. An additional screen conductor
  • 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
  • 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
  • Field-Effect Sensors for Fluid Detection Applications (.pdf)
    sensing technology is ideally suited for sump, lift station, underground vault, wet well and storm water fluid level management applications.

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