Device for measuring liquid level and converting it to an electrical signal to send to other instrumentation.
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A selection of detailed guides to help with selecting, specifying and using measurement instrumentation.
It is not possible to measure the volume directly, and unfortunately there is no such device as a volume sensor, however if you know the dimensions of the space filled with liquid, you can easily determine the volume.
Sensors & instruments which have both temperature and pressure measurement within the same device.
This submersible sensor & instrument selection guide will help you select products for installations where the instrumentation will be completely submerged.
This guide will help you choose digital pressure gauges by pointing you to the most appropriate product for a particular feature or function
A guide to data loggers including explanations, applications and product selection guide for recording measurement data.
Find pressure transmitters for your application. Select an article to help with selecting or using pressure transmitters
This guide provides information on the types of voltage output pressure transducers you can use, and how to choose the right output signal for your application.
This guide will help you select a millivolt output pressure transducer and explain the advantages of using this type of pressure sensor.
Collection of resources for selecting and using a hydrostatic liquid level sensor.
Differential pressure sensor product selection guide for sensors used to measure the difference in pressure between two points.
How do I convert the pressure reading to quantity of milk at bottom temperature which varies approx 10 deg C
A guide to differential pressure measurement including explanations, applications and choice of products for measuring differential pressure
A pressure transducer is a device which converts an applied pressure into a measurable electrical signal.
This guide provides an overview of measuring vacuum pressure including suggested vacuum measurement products and question & answers.
I have a 4 to 20mA pressure sensor, is there a way of converting the output to a 10 volt signal so I can use a voltage input data acquisition card?
There are a number of methods and technologies for measuring the level of a fluid with hydrostatic pressure transducers.
Installing pressure sensors close to high temperatures can lead to significant measurement errors and irreparable damage to the sensor & electronics.
It is often assumed that devices with an IP68 rating are suitable for immersing underwater for an indefinite period at any depth. Not all devices that are IP68 are intended to be continuously submerged, some only require a temporary rating to protect from occasional submersion. For example a pressure transmitter installed below ground level will […]
Monitoring and controlling the pressure in a room is a critical parameter in many indoor environments where the climate must be maintained at a particular temperature, humidity and cleanliness/containment level.
When browsing through pressure measurement products you will notice that some are called pressure transducers and others are called pressure transmitters.
There are two reference points for measuring a vacuum pressure.