Be it a flow meter or level sensor, there is no perfect device. They are all built for different situations and you should choose the measurement principle, brand, and device based on the details of your application, taking accuracy, lifespan and many other factors into account. Luckily, we have put together guides for all the major level measurement principles to help you figure out which one you need.
Below you can find all the relevant points about the most common level measurement devices on the market:
- Differential pressure transmitter: Classic but limited in unstable densities and has mechanical structure in most applications
- Free space radar: Non-contact and requires a minimum dielectric value
- Guided wave radar: Makes contact with the product, has specific installation requirements but can install in low dielectric values
- Capacitance level transmitter: Needs two capacitor plates (either the vessel wall or another probe), makes contact with the product, and limited media
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