These devices equip electrodes to detect liquid levels. They have been widely used in water works and sewers for buildings and housing complexes, industrial facilities and equipment, water treatment plants and sewage treatment facilities, and many other applications.
Overview of Level Controllers
Floatless Level Controllers (61F) are electronic liquid level detectors used in a wide range of applications such as water and sewer services for office and apartment buildings, industrial applications for iron and steel, food, chemical, pharmaceutical, and semiconductor industries, and liquid level control for agricultural water, water treatment plants, and wastewater plants. When the electrodes are in contact with liquid, the circuit is closed (the liquid completes the path for electricity to flow) and the electrical current that flows in this circuit is used to detect the level of the liquid. A variety of conductive liquids can be controlled using this method. Detecting the resistance between the electrodes and comparing it to see if it is larger or smaller than a reference resistance is used to detect the surface of the liquid.
Basic Building-block Controllers That Mount Directly to Panels for Easier Maintenance
Space-saving Design Ideal for Control Panel Downsizing. Easy Maintenance.
Separate Electrode Holders for Water Supply and Drainage Control in Buildings. Small, Lightweight Electrode Holders for Use as Built-in Components.