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Bubble or air-in-line detection is a common lab automation application. In these types of applications it’s important to know whether or not liquid is flowing through a line to ensure safe and proper function in liquid-handling processes. As these processes … Continue reading
Capacitive sensors serve certainly a niche within the group of proximity sensors. This niche makes people overlook the most striking feature this technology provides us – remote detection of any liquid through glass or plastic walls. Well, on the first look that does not sound too exciting and I agree, as long as you have not been tasked to specify a sensor to accomplish this very job. Continue reading