Most water level sensors work by indicating through a signal alert when the water level drops below the set level for action to be taken. Other level sensors will automatically refill the tank as soon as it has reached the set lower level. Let us take an in depth analysis of the various types of water sensors used for monitoring water levels and how they are used.
Types water Level Sensor
There are two major types of water sensors; the liquid level sensors float switches and electronic water level control. The two are different and apply different technologies in how they operate. Installation of each of these types of nivåfølere is also quite different from one another.
The float switch sensor is the most common water level sensor in used in many places. It is mainly used for both domestic and industrial purposes. Float switches when compared to electronic water level sensors are not as reliable and accurate. One of its drawbacks is that it may display false readings at times. It is therefore important to check the accuracy of float sensors before you refilling water tanks. Failure to check may lead to over filled of tanks which would cause water spillage.
The electronic water level sensor is a water level sensor which gives more accurate readings than others. For you to obtain precise reading and proper functionality it is important to install it properly. Most of electronic sensors work well in conjunction with remote sensors which add accuracy to the readings obtained. Remote sensors, actually make water level monitoring it very easy. Moreover, they are sensors that are known to be long lasting and durable.