Netvox Liquid Level

  • Compatible with LoRaWAN network
  • Battery-powered for easy installation
  • Can be used in various liquid containers and tanks
  • Accurate and reliable readings
  • Durable and long-lasting design

The Netvox Liquid Level Sensor is a highly reliable and accurate device designed for commercial use. It is ideal for monitoring the level of liquids in tanks, reservoirs, and other containers. The sensor is equipped with advanced technology that allows it to detect the level of liquid in real-time and transmit the data wirelessly to a central monitoring system. This makes it an excellent choice for industries such as agriculture, oil and gas, water treatment, and chemical processing.
The Netvox Liquid Level Sensor is easy to install and requires minimal maintenance. It is designed to withstand harsh environmental conditions and can operate in temperatures ranging from -40°C to 85°C. The sensor is also highly durable and can withstand exposure to chemicals and other corrosive substances. With its high level of accuracy and reliability, the Netvox Liquid Level Sensor is an essential tool for any business that needs to monitor liquid levels in real-time.

Use Case Applications:

  • Industrial tank monitoring:The Netvox Liquid Level Sensor can be used to monitor the level of liquids in industrial tanks, such as those used in chemical processing plants or oil refineries. This can help prevent overfilling or underfilling, which can lead to safety hazards or production delays.
  • Agriculture irrigation management:The sensor can be used to monitor the water level in irrigation systems, ensuring that crops receive the appropriate amount of water. This can help farmers optimize their water usage and improve crop yields.
  • Water treatment facilities:The sensor can be used to monitor the level of water in treatment facilities, such as those used for drinking water or wastewater treatment. This can help ensure that the facilities are operating efficiently and effectively, and can help prevent overflows or spills.