Continuous measurement with float

Our level sensors enable the continuous measurement of levels, independent of physical and chemical changes of the media such as foaming, conductivity, dielectric, pressure, vacuum, temperature, vapours, condensation, bubble formation, boiling effects and density change. Via the HART® interface, parallel measurement of interface layer and overall level is possible. The level can be displayed proportional to height or volume. Process connection, guide tube and float can be manufactured from stainless steel 1.4571, 1.4435, 1.4539, titanium or various plastics.

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What is a magnetostrictive level sensor used for?

These level sensors are used as measured value pick-ups for the continuous recording of levels, and are based on determining the position of a magnetic float according to the magnetostrictive principle.

How does a level sensor work?

These level sensors work on the float principle with magnetic transmission. The float's magnetic system actuates a resistance measuring chain that corresponds to a 3-wire potentiometer circuit in the guide tube.

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