The digital fuel level sensor, sometimes known as the “sensor,” measures the amount of fuel in a vehicle’s fuel tank or in a storage or transportation facility for motor fuel.
Later, the measured result is translated into fuel level. The sensor features an accelerometer that detects movement and compensates for temperature.
Metal-plastic flexible corrugated tubes surround and shield the connection wires.
The sensors’ body is composed of anodized aluminium, which makes a product rust-proof and lightweight and complies with the IP67 standard for protecting all electronic components from dust and water.
The Global digital fuel level sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Next-generation Adaptable Fuel-Level Sensors are launched by OMNICOMM.
Fuel characteristics are influenced by factors including oil manufacturing processes, and variations in fuel characteristics can significantly affect the accuracy of fuel measurement.
When moving from winter to summer fuel or refueling at different stations, this becomes a problem.
Fuel levels are calculated by capacitive sensors using a specific property called permittivity, which can differ greatly from the permittivity of fuel used during calibration and result in fuel-level calculation mistakes of up to 30%.
The OMNICOMM LLS 5 and OMNICOMM LLS-Ex 5 promise remarkable fuel measuring accuracy of 99.5% under all circumstances by utilising the company’s Fuel scan technology.
The sensors establish a new industry standard by being twice as accurate as conventional capacitive fuel-level sensors.
Fuel scan is a fuel analysis technique created by OMNICOMM that automatically corrects sensor readings by comparing the actual permittivity of filled fuel with the baseline permittivity of fuel used during calibration.
Modern technology is used by the most recent generation of OMNICOMM fuel-level sensors to provide 99.5% accuracy under all circumstances.
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