Water level control refers to the control of high and low water levels by mechanical or electronic methods. It can control solenoid valves, water pumps, etc. to become an automatic water level controller or water level alarm, thereby realizing semi-automation or full automation.
Water level control is generally used for high-level tank water supply and sump drainage. The device that converts the water level signal into an electrical signal to control the start and stop of the water pump is called a water (liquid) level controller. Commonly used water (liquid) level controllers include reed switch water level controllers, float magnetic switch liquid level controllers, electrode type water level controllers, pressure type water level controllers, etc.
Types of water level controllers
- Floating ball controller
- Reed water level controller
- Cable water level controller
- Electronic water level controller
- Capacitive water level controller
- Tuning fork water level controller
- Electrode water level controller
- Photoelectric water level controller
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About 50% of these are liquid level meters, 40% is the tank level sensor.
A wide variety of Water Tank Level Sensors options are available to you, such as free samples, paid samples.
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