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Instrumentation & Sensors
Instrumentation and sensors are at the heart of most modern process control applications within industry. Industrial control covers a broad number of different variables, including flow, level, temperature and pressure. Specialised industrial sensors are designed to measure these variables, with those measurements converted into a signal that is relayed back to either an operative or other industrial instrumentation. Smart sensors are widely used in the industrial automation industries, such as flow meters, level sensors, liquid analysis instrumentation that measures pH, ORP, chlorine and turbidity, and pressure sensors. With Industry 4.0 in full swing, digitalisation is the key driver of new industrial instrumentation and sensors coming to market.
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