Level Sensors

Level sensors determine the level of liquids and fluidized solids, such as slurries and large amounts of powder that have an exposed upper surface.

There are two primary kinds of level sensors: point level and continuous level. Point level sensors indicate a single height. Usually, this kind of sensor is used to indicate an overfill situation or a level that is too low. Continuous level sensors are more advanced and can provide level tracking of an entire system. They assess fluid level inside a range, as opposed to at one point, generating an output that indicates the level in a vessel. To generate a level management system, the output signal is connected to a process control loop and an indicator.

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