Level sensors help in the measurement of the level of solids, liquids, oil, powders, granules and
slurry, etc. The output of continuous level sensors is a continuous reading of the level, since the
level is measured within a specific range. Counterparts such as point level sensors detect a specific
level, and are thus used as switches or alarms. Used in applications including industrial,
construction, petrochemicals, manufacturing, and food and beverages among others, level sensors
have been becoming compact in nature to meet form factor requirements.
Waste water management has been receiving attention from entities including consumers, end users
as well as government; it is one of the major end-use applications of level sensors and expected to
witness the fastest growth. The Clean Water Act by the Environment Protection Agency (EPA) and
Wastewater Systems Effluent Regulations are among the government regulations that have been
contributing to market growth. Fuel level sensors are used to accurately measure the level of fuel in
a vehicle. Growing demand for vehicles on a global level, on account of increasing urbanization and
purchasing power, is expected to give impetus to the market over the forecast period. Miniaturization
of these devices is also one of the key driving forces for the industry.
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Lower cost of manufacturing and production in China, and the subsequent lower prices have
resulted in restraining the U.S. and European market. U.S. manufacturers are forced to compete
against outsourcing to reduce costs without moving to offshore suppliers. Additionally, level sensors
are exposed to harsh environmental conditions, which may cause an error in the quality of the
output, as well as pose a threat to their lifespan.
Level sensor shipments are expected to exceed 300 million units by 2019. Technologies...