|Minimum Order Quantity||2 Piece|
|Operating Temperature||200to 52 degree cel|
|Display color||White gas red liquid|
|Minimum graduation||10 mm|
|Minimum gap between adjacent switches||80 mm|
|Differential between make and break of switch||40 /5 mm|
|Power rating||Input- 220V AC mains|
|Output||220V AC mains with 10 Amp relay contact for direct connection|
|Load Capacity increase||10 A, 16 A, 25 A, 40 A, 100 A|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Number|
Integral to process control in many industries, level measurement sensors fall into two main types. Point level measurement sensors are used to mark a single discrete liquid height–a preset level condition. Generally, this type of sensor functions as a high alarm, signalling an overfill condition, or as a marker for a low alarm condition. Continuous level sensors are more sophisticated and can provide level monitoring of an entire system.
They measure fluid level within a range, rather than at one point, producing an analogue output that directly correlates to the level in the vessel. To create a level management system, the output signal is linked to a process control loop and to a visual indicator.