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AVSensors MCT-LL 4A Series use in Measuring Liquid Levels in Unpressurized Containers

Liquid level measurement is an important task in many industries, and accurate measurement is essential for safety, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness. One common method for measuring liquid levels is using piezoresistive sensors, which are sensors that use the piezoresistive effect to measure pressure or strain. These sensors are particularly useful for measuring liquid levels in unpressurized containers, as they are able to accurately measure the hydrostatic pressure of the liquid, even in the absence of external pressure.


One advantage of using piezoresistive sensors for liquid level measurement is their high accuracy and precision. These sensors are able to measure very small changes in pressure or strain, making them ideal for precise liquid level measurements. They are also relatively inexpensive and easy to use, making them a popular choice for many applications.


Another advantage of piezoresistive sensors is their versatility. They can be used to measure the level of a wide range of liquids, including water, oil, and other fluids. They can also be used in a variety of different containers, including tanks, reservoirs, and even pressurized containers.


Overall, piezoresistive sensors are a reliable and effective method for measuring liquid levels in unpressurized containers. Whether you are in the automotive, chemical, or food and beverage industry, these sensors can provide accurate and precise measurements to help you optimize your processes and ensure safety and efficiency.




Some of the key features of the MCT- LL (Liquid Level) 4A Series Pressure Sensor include:


  • Unique Two Piece Port Design

  • Advanced Silicone Elastomers for Superior Isolation

  • Top & Side Barb Pressure Ports

  • High Accuracy with 1.0% Total Error Band (TEB)

  • Customized Options





https://www.avsensors.com/board-mount/mct-ll-4a-series


John Valentini, Business Development AV Sensors (business.development@avsensors.com)




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