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How a Level Switch Works

How a Level Switch Works

Liquid level switches detect liquid levels or interfaces between liquids such as oil and water, or liquid and solid interfaces. Liquid level switches are used in a number of liquid container monitoring applications including flow line monitoring, heaters and furnaces, as well as other household appliances, automotive applications, and control technology.

Principle: This is a simple limit switch based level switch. When the float moves with the raise in level then the output contact changes & it indicates the level position.

Also Read: Magnetic Float Level Switch Principle

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