Displacer Level Switch
A displacer level switch is a type of level sensing device that is used to detect the level of a liquid in a container. The displacer level switch consists of a displacer, which is a buoyant element, and a switching mechanism. The displacer is suspended within the liquid, and its position within the liquid is directly proportional to the liquid level.
As the liquid level changes, the position of the displacer also changes, which causes the switching mechanism to activate or deactivate. The switching mechanism can be connected to an electrical circuit or a pneumatic system, which allows it to send a signal to indicate a change in the liquid level.
Displacer level switches are commonly used in a variety of industrial and commercial applications, such as in tanks, silos, and hoppers, to monitor and control the level of liquids and other materials. They are often used in applications where the level of the material must be monitored and controlled for safety, efficiency, and environmental reasons.
Displacer level switches are simple, reliable, and relatively inexpensive compared to other level sensing devices. They are also low-maintenance and easy to install, making them a popular choice for many applications. However, they are limited in their accuracy and are not suitable for use in applications where the level of the material must be continuously monitored and controlled with high accuracy.
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