A water level sensor switch acts on a basic function of the regulation of the flow of water to measure and manage the levels of water in different systems such as cooling towers, swimming pools, water tanks, water pumps and so on. There are different benefits of using a water level indicator. Let us start by exploring the problem of using the old water level indicator designs.
The problems with old water level indicators
The first electric water level indicator appeared on the market in the early 90s and it helped industry professionals track down the water levels in irrigation lakes, boilers, wastewater, cooling towers and water tanks reliably. However, these units were found to be imperfect based on their design. While they became recognized as the advancement from toilet tank float designs, it was soon discovered that the long-term use of these controllers was not likely.
The new controllers didn’t easily verify operations. When a problem arose, there was no built-in function to identify the source of malfunction or failure. You could not even identify the failing part at a considerable expense, the whole unit had to be replaced.
Advantages of modern water level indicators
The main reason that electric controllers showed poor durability was due to the high 600 volts used in wet environments. In wet environments, electric parts fall to failure often when using high voltage. This causes an inaccurate reading and the sensor probes rust at a fast rate. That is why a modern water level sensor was developed. Here are some benefits of using modern water level indicators.
We are living in an age where we should be more conscious of our energy usage. Water level controllers save power. Regulating water levels leads to wastage of water and consumes a lot of electricity. However, with modern controllers, the usage of electricity is limited and less water is required to regulate the supply.
Water level controllers save money by limiting the wastage of electricity and water. These devices regulate how much energy we use to protect against unnecessary electricity/water usage. Over time, we save a substantial amount of money.
These devices regulate on their own. This eliminates manual operations using a timer switch. You will minimize the frustrations that come with manual watering systems. The levels of water are maintained at the correct levels by the automatic operations.
Water pumps are used more during midday. Water level controllers can maximize the usage of water provided during midday whilst automatically lessening the usage of water at night. This results in an appropriate level of the water being maintained at all times, whilst providing you with the maximum water usage at the appropriate times.
Reduced fouling and deterioration
A modern water level sensor switch is less costly over time. They are designed to minimize volt usage. This reduces the mineral fouling, rusting, plating and deterioration of probes. It is, therefore, safer and more efficient. The above factors extend the lifespan of the controllers and this saves a lot of energy and money.