Continuous level measurement and point level detection in liquids and solids with capacitance probes
A pressure transmitter will measure the weight force of any media, e.g. groundwater, above it. This weight force can be imagined as a water column “standing” on top of the level probe. The water column causes pressure on the transmitter and this pressure is proportional to the water level.
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Electrical circuits need to be complete to work. The electricity must be able to flow uninterrupted through the various wires and components. But circuits that are complete all the time aren't as useful as ones that work only when we want them to. This is what a switch does. Some switches are hidden inside machinery; others are where we can see and use them. The push button switch has thousands of familiar uses, from elevators to car stereos. It comes in two basic kinds: momentary and non-momentary.