Conductive rod electrodes
How do conductive rod electrodes work?
Conductive rod electrodes with discreet switchpoints are used to detect limit levels. In this process, conductometry is used to detect whether there is any contact with the medium. Multiple electrodes can be installed and thus multiple limit levels can be detected with one sensor.
The rods are made from solid stainless steel and can thus also be used in very harsh conditions. As this sensor technology does not need any floats, it functions without any moving parts whatsoever. The conductivity of the medium is a prerequisite for the use of conductive sensors.
Examples of use:
- Overflow drains
- Protection against running dry
- Two-step control
- Moisture detection
Advantages of conductive rod electrodes
Simple installation in confined spaces due to the small sensor dimensions.
Conductive rod electrodes have a resistant design and are suitable for use in highly viscous media.
As this sensor technology does not need any floats, it functions without any moving parts whatsoever.
The process connections on the conductive rode electrodes will, upon request, be made for you from PVC, POM, PP or PVDF.