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What is a Level Sensor?

Level Sensors are classified into 2 differeant types Point level measurement and Continuous level measuring. Point level measurement indicates when aproduct is present at a certain point and continuous level measuring indicates the continuous level of a product as it rises and falls. The sensors for point level indication are “Capacitance”, “Optical”, “Conductivity”,“Vibrating” (Tuning Fork) …

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What is a Temperature Sensor?

In your daily life and different branches of industries, there are many cases in which it’s required to know the temperature of the environment, inside a reactor, winding of an electrical machine and so on. Man has invented different technologies to do this. But why different technologies? This is because of different applications which make …

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Types of sensors?

Sensors are the figurative eyes and ears of a control system. In general, if you want to control it, you must sense it. Because the controls engineer is often called onto specify sensors and deal with sensing problems, sooner or later we all get more than enough familiarity with them. In this article, we are …

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What is HMI?

In this article you will learn all about HMIs. Maybe you have never heard of an HMI, but I’ll bet you encounter them pretty regularly. HMI is short for Human Machine Interface. We use HMIs in industry to control and monitor machines. A very common HMI that you all encounter on a regular basis would …

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What is P&ID diagram?

Today you will learn all about P&ID Diagram. You may be thinking, “What in the world is a P&ID Diagram? In industry, these are piping and instrumentation diagrams. P&ID for short. Most manufacturing facilities have compressed air, steam, chilled water, and other processes that require the use of piping. All of these forms of energy …

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