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Level controllers monitor, regulate, and control liquid or solid levels in a process.

 

Understanding Level Controllers

Level controllers receive input from a level-sensing device and respond accordingly based on the device and user specifications. Level controllers may be used in conjunction with pump systems, in storage tanks or reservoirs, and other applications.

 

The following video displays a typical level controller application involving two liquid storage tanks.

Video credit:  harishankar9696

 

Specifications

For detailed information about controller specifications, including control type, inputs and outputs, and certifications, please refer to the Temperature Controllers Selection Guide.

 

 


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