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'[EE][PIC] How to measure level of liquids and'
2000\05\31@131201 by M. Adam Davis

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One source has level (and flow) sensors here:
http://www.omega.com/toc_asp/section.asp?book=green&section=K

You might also check out their conductivity and resistivity sensors:
http://www.omega.com/green/index.html#ph

It is not inexpensive, but when you're dealing with industrial work it is often
better to use the appropiate equipment than develop your own if you aren't very
familiar with it.

-Adam

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'[EE][PIC] How to measure level of liquids and'
2000\06\05@110510 by Robert A. LaBudde
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<x-flowed>At 09:48 PM 5/31/00 +0200, you wrote:
>And how about another even simpler way ?
>(which might even prove to work in the real world!)
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>Just stick a pipe down in the fluid and measure the air pressure that
>builds in the pipe when the level rises. There are sensors availfor it.

Put a float in the pipe and measure its position optically or magnetically,
or use it to mechanically throw a lever.


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