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By understanding what features in the ultrasonic design, of the transducer and the sensor, influence sensor reliability when used in/with chemicals – ultimate performance results can be achieved.
Ultrasonic Sensors are often used to measure the level of liquid and solid materials. They are reliable and cost effective instruments for these applications.
This article discusses how pressure measurement is used in the dairy industry.
This article discusses how the level measurement has been made easier, faster, and cheaper for the plastics industry.
Flowmeters are often very sensitive to the effects of pulsating flow, causing errors to be generated. However, this does not mean the errors cannot be mitigated, this article discusses how.
This article discusses how formaldehyde gas detectors are used in medical labs.
This article discusses the use of oxygen detectors and how they measure O2 depletion.
Diesel power is the heartbeat of the American rail industry. Rail control systems such as the TMV suite of solutions often utilize Senix's ultrasonic level sensors for fuel measurement purposes.
Ultrasonic sensors often have problems detecting target echoes from uneven surfaces, however, these problems can be overcome by a proper understanding of acoustics in the design of the system.
Discover how to avoid false echoes from fixed structures when using ultrasonic sensors for water level measurement.