This section provides an overview for automatic levels as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 10 automatic level manufacturers and their company rankings.
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An automatic level refers to the measurement of the water level in a container, river, etc., or the height at which powder materials are stacked. Many measurement principles have been developed, and a variety of companies offer automatic level products. Some products combine the function of measuring the automatic level of the water level or height with the function of a switch to operate the appropriate equipment according to that level. Typical measurement methods include float, electrode, pressure, ultrasonic, laser, and capacitance.
Automatic levels are used in a wide range of applications from industry to public facilities, including industries that use tanks for storing liquids, facilities that manage rivers, etc., and water treatment plants. When selecting a method of automatic levels, it is necessary to consider the accuracy and detection speed of the measurement, whether the object to be measured is suitable for the measurement method, durability in the operating environment, ease of installation, and ease of maintenance.
The following are examples of automatic levels in use
The following is a description of the measurement principles of automatic levels, divided into the typical measurement principles: float, electrode, pressure, ultrasonic, laser, and capacitance.
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Sounding M's is a general-purpose sounding level meter with customizability. Wiring is only a 4-core cable. Just set the controller to 0%, 100%, and set the timer, there is no troublesome adjustme
Sounding V is a compact type sounding level meter that pursues low cost and miniaturization. The maximum measurable distance is 20m. All control circuits are housed in the main unit. If you set 0% and
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