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  • Pressure Sensor Application - Automation
    Pressure sensors can be placed on the bottom of a silo or tank in order to monitor how full or empty it is by measuring & monitoring the pressure while knowing the volume & liquid density. Utilizing digital display controller, PLC, computer, or data acquisition sensor, you can measure and control
  • Measuring liquid levels with LVDTs
    LVDTs sometimes work better than pressure sensors for gauging tank volumes. A common way of measuring the level of liquid in a tank places a low-pressure sensor at the bottom. The pressure readout is the product of the liquid column height times the density of the liquid. As long as liquid density
  • Load Cell Application - Viscosity / Liquid Separation
    (Glen Research Center Cleveland) have utilized Futek's Sensitive Dyne Sensor to measure water or liquid separation forces. Load Cell | Bending Beam Load Cell | Canister Load Cell | Column Load Cell | Compression Load Cell | Custom Load Cell | Donut Load Cell | High Capacity Load Cell | Low Capacity
  • Differential Pressure Transmitters in Filtration Applications
    the cleanliness of a filter in either liquid or gas applications. How It Works 1. The upstream pressure (commonly referred to as the line pressure or influent pressure) drives the media through the filter. A line is installed before the filter, as well as connected to the High side of the sensor. 2
  • Interfacing Pressure Sensors to Microchip's Analog Peripherals
    suitable for purely mechanical systems. With these devices a change in pressure will initiate a mechanical reaction, such as a change in the position of mechanical arm or the level of liquid in a tube. This Application Note will concentrate on the signal conditioning path of the piezoresistive sensing
  • Obtaining Tank Volume from Pressure with Irregularly Shaped Tanks
    the drain hole to avoid trapping material. Others are horizontal or vertical cylinders with rounded or conical ends. The laws of physics state that pressure at the bottom of a tank is proportional to the density of the liquid multiplied by the height of the column of liquid above the pressure sensor
  • Application: Adaptable Multi-Point Fluid Level Sensor (.pdf)
    liquids)to 200°C for pressure heated water and other special liquids. Meeting these extremes is no easy matter. MEDER's new LS04 series attacks these extremes along with multiple sensing points and multiple floats. Therefore, liquid baths having two or more different liquids with different densities
  • Temperature Sensing Technologies
    of the sensor, making the pressure sensor?s output fairly useless, unless the temperature of the bridge is known. Flow and level sensor accuracies are dependent on the density of the liquid or gas.

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