Instrumentation

Level Capacitance Level Sensors

Capacitance Level Sensors

Technology

Capacitive level measuring instruments are used for level detection in silos, tanks and bunkers, for both limit detection and continuous measurement, using a technique frequently referred to as Radio Frequency (RF). Capacitance level sensors excel in sensing the presence of a wide variety of solids, aqueous and organic liquids, and slurries. The simple and robust construction (as rod or rope sensor) allows level measurement of liquids, granular solids, conductive and non-conductive media. Capacitance level instruments operate on the basic principle of the variation of the electrical capacity of a capacitor formed by the sensor, the vessel wall and the dielectric material.

















Manufacturer

Endress + Hauser has 19 different variations of capacitance products, which include Liquipoint, Deltabar, Solicap, Cerebar, Liquicap, Waterpilot, Minicap, Nivector, and Nivotester. Features include, but are not limited to - cost-effective, overfill protection, robust ceramic sensor, hygienic design for the food industry and/or membrane breakage detection. Website