Level Measurement Overview
Level measurement is either contacting or non-contacting, measuring continously between the minimum and maximum range or at pre-determined points. Continous measurement usually uses ultrasonic or radar technologies while point measurement is usually contacting, float, paddle or vibrating blade switch.
Continuous Level Measurement
- Measures continuously providing a control signal between minimum and maximum range.
- Non-contacting, unaffected by contaminants or debris.
- Ultrasonic or radar technology.
- Choose radar when measuring volatile organic compounds.
Recommended Products Non-contacting
Recommended Products Contacting
Differential Level Measurement
- Employs two transducers, one for each level.
- Differential level indicates build-up of contamination on screen or filter.
Point Level Measurement
- Measures at a single level point.
- Switch usually in contact with the medium being measured.
- Prone to damage and contamination.
- Controls switching of alarms and pumps.
If you are unsure about which product is suitable for your application please contact Pulsar on the following telephone numbers:-
- Malvern, UK +44 (0)1684 891 371
- Florida, USA +1 850 279 4882