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Switch Types and Common Terminology

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Overview Learn about switch basics, including the pole and throws naming convention, normally open (NO) and normally closed (NC) terminology, different switch topologies, and types of switches such as electromechanical

Displacer Level Switch Working Principle

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Displacer controls offer alternative features to the float-operated control. The sensor is a weight (displacer), heavier than the liquid, that is suspended by a spring. When liquid contacts the displacer,

Differential Pressure Switch Working Principle

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A Differential Pressure Switch, just like a regular pressure switch, is a simple electro-mechanical device that operates on the basic principles of levers and opposite forces. Mainly, they are used for

Float Level Switch Working Principle

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Float Operated Level Switches Principle: All float operated liquid level controls operate on the basic buoyancy principle which states “the buoyancy force action on an object is equal to the

Tilt Level Switch Working Principle

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Tilt Switches Monitor’s line of tilt bin level switches are economical, trouble-free point level controls available for detection of dry bulk materials. The units can be used as high level indicators

Temperature Switch Working Principle

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Temperature is a measure of the average heat or thermal energy of the particles in a substance. Since it is an average measurement, it does not depend on the number

InLine Flow Switch Working Principle Animation

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Flow switches are comprised of two main assemblies: the housing and the shuttle assembly. As liquid flow enters the flow switch, it passes through an orifice between the inlet and outlet ports. When

Float Level Switch Working Principle Animation

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All float-operated liquid level switches operate on the buoyancy principle: “the buoyant force acting on an object is equal to the mass of liquid displaced by the object”. As a

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