Hydrostatic level Transmitter

Hydrostatic pressure refers to the mass of a stationary liquid at a given point of measurement. As level increases inside a tank, the hydrostatic pressure increases proportionally. Thus, the higher the hydrostatic pressure measurement, the higher the liquid level measurement. Making this measurement requires installing a pressure transmitter on a tank so the instrument’s measuring cell is submersed in liquid. The transmitter measures hydrostatic pressure and converts it to a level measurement reading based on the equation below.

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