When working with liquids or bulk material,
capacitive sensors help to detect levels and
provide an overview of the production process at any time. For consumption monitoring and requirements planning, obtaining
information on limit levels is essential in
order to enable early planning and ensure
Capacitive sensors utilize a non-contact sensing technology that detects a wide variety of materials. These sensors make use of a compensation electrode, and most come with sensitivity adjustments that allow a designer to tune out certain materials such as glass or plastic, making this type of sensor a common choice for point level applications.