Fuel Level Sensor
Copper level sensors can be used in various applications including fuel level sensors, BTMS (Battery Thermal Management System), and oil pan level detection. Copper is a versatile material that can be used in various sensing applications, including level sensing. Copper level sensors work by using the electrical conductivity of copper to detect changes in the fluid level.
In fuel level sensing applications, copper level sensors can be used to detect the amount of fuel in a tank. As the level of fuel rises or falls, the electrical conductivity of the copper changes, which can be detected and used to determine the level of fuel.
In BTMS applications, copper level sensors can be used to monitor the temperature and level of fluids in the battery pack. This information can be used to ensure that the battery pack is operating safely and efficiently.
In oil pan level detection applications, copper level sensors can be used to detect the level of oil in an engine’s oil pan. This information can be used to ensure that the engine is properly lubricated and operating efficiently.
Overall, copper level sensors can be a reliable and cost-effective solution for various level sensing applications.
Customized copper level sensors are available.
Stainless Steel SUS304 SUS316
Fuel Level Sensor
While stainless steel fuel level sensors can be used in diesel, gasoline, and AdBlue tanks, the output type, sensing technology, and applications can vary.
Output types for stainless steel fuel level sensors can include resistance, current, and voltage, depending on the specific sensor and its intended use. These sensors can be used in a variety of vehicles and machinery, including generators, trucks, buses, and construction equipment.
While some stainless steel fuel level sensors may use reed switches as a sensing technology, other options include ultrasonic, capacitive, and resistive sensing technologies. The choice of sensing technology may depend on factors such as the type of fluid being measured, the tank size, and the accuracy required.
In general, stainless steel fuel level sensors are designed to be durable and long-lasting, with resistance to corrosion and exposure to harsh chemicals. They can provide accurate and reliable measurements of fluid levels in tanks, allowing operators to monitor and manage fuel usage.
Overall, stainless steel fuel level sensors are a versatile and important component in many vehicles and machinery, and can play a crucial role in optimizing performance and minimizing downtime.
Customized stainless steel sensors are available.