While that question might put the brakes on almost any holiday festivities you partake in this month, it is an important question. Today we’re going to take a closer look at the two different processes used to produce Shunt Cal, and why more is at stake than just the amount of output each generates.
So, do you know if your Shunt Cal is full-scale or only 80%?
Ultrasonic sensors are pretty cool. Transducers send and receive waves, measurements magically get spit out by the sensor, and nothing had to touch anything, right? You can choose sensors based on range, or type of transducer, or even safety ratings. Most sensors declare their range and frequency together, which seems kind of odd. Why is the range of an ultrasonic sensor tied to its frequency? For the answer, we turn again to our old friend, high school physics.
Let’s be honest: I say “level measurement,” you think “fluid in a tank.” It’s ok; most people do. And if we’re really honest with each other, you can admit that you probably were thinking about an industrial tank, related to factory production of some kind. And again, it’s ok. But there’s so much more to level measurement!
One of fastest growing industries for level measurement is agriculture. No, really! Farmers and ranchers have just as much to gain from automated resource management as manufacturing production managers. Let’s look at just a few of the ways agricultural businesses are benefiting from incorporating level measurement into their operations.