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Capacitance Level Transmitter for Liquid

Technical Specifications
Probe Length /Measuring range0.25 to 3m (Rod), 1 to 20m (Rope)
Process length / Measuring rangeAs per application
Probe MaterialStainless steel rod /Rope insulated partly or fully with PTFE
Medium Temp -20Deg C to 100 Dec C
Special VersionUpto 200°C
Electronics-25°C to +65°C
Output4-20 made ( 2 wire loop power)
Supply voltage12-30 V Dc
Mounting Connection1/2" Standard for Rod probe, others as per request and application

Liquid Applications

  • Acid
  • Acitone
  • Amonia Benzine
  • Feed Water
  • CTC
  • Desiel
  • Oils
  • Fruit Juice
  • Milk
  • Wine


We are known manufacturer, Exporter and supplier of Capacitance Level Transmitter. The Capacitance Level Transmitter are compact, low cost, level transmitter with 4-20 mA analogue out-put designed to measure the level of various liquids, and solid in tank or storage vessels. Measuring range of Capacitance Level Transmitter is 0.25 t0 3 m for rod probe version. The probe of Capacitance Level Transmitter forms an electrical capacitor with the surrounding metal contained wall, or with auxiliary reference probe. With the vessel empty, initial capacitances exists between the electrode and the metal well or the auxiliary reference probe.

When the probe become covered with material to be measured the capacitances will increases and the change will be measured and covered into an analogue (4-20 mA) output signal proportional to the change. Rod or flexible cable can be used for various conductive or non- conductivity Liquids.

Probe Specification Chart

  • Conductive material: Water based solutions. Acids, Based etc – only insulated probe are suggested.
  • Non-Conductivity material: Mostly petrochemical and solvents – insulated or non- insulated probes can be used.