Can You Find the Level?

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Case 1: Top of fluid level is between glass sections. 

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Competitive Light A

(Green LED’s)

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Competitive Light B

(Amber LED’s)

With the top of the fluid level right between the glass sections, your indicator could create a dangerous situation as the operator may easily think the gage was full or empty.

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Jerguson® LumaStar™ Illuminator (White LED’s)

High contrast illumination makes it easy to see that the level is between glass sections.

Case 2: Top of fluid level is within a glass section.

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Competitive Light A

(Green LED’s)

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Competitive Light B

(Amber LED’s)

With dirt on the glass, the level is not as clear. Your indicator could create a dangerous situation as the operator may easily think the gage was full or empty if viewing from a distance or in poor lighting conditions.

 

A colored LED can have the negative affect of “blending in” with the color of the process fluid, making it difficult to see the level.

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Jerguson® LumaStar™ Illuminator (White LED’s)

Even with dirty glass, there is no doubt where the level is!