Capacitive level measurement
In capacitive level measurement, the sensor and the vessel form the two electrodes of a capacitor. Any change in level causes a capacitance change, which is in turn converted into a level signal.
Thanks to versions with shortenable cables and rods, the capacitive level sensors cover a wide variety of applications.
Capacitive level measurement enables measurement without blind spots over the entire sensor length
Fully insulated capacitive sensors also measure aggressive liquids
Cost-effective measurement for trouble-free and maintenance-free operation