Automatic control is used in industries for regulating different processes without direct human intervention. It is an application of control theory, in which a controller compares an actual value of a process with a required set value, and produces the resulting error signal to modify some input to the process. Technological advancements have made it possible to use computer-based systems to control the hardware of systems in a flexible way. These computer-based control systems find applications in water flow management to minimize water wastage caused due to water overflow. The monitoring of water levels in a tank or a reservoir is of utmost importance in industries and applications related to agriculture. Automatic water level controller manages the water pump circuit in a tank or reservoir. The water level sensor consists of a metal plate, which is mounted on the water tank or reservoir, with a sensor in the short for creating the top level and a detection sensor for detecting the lower level. The ground lines are connected to the bottom of the tank or reservoir. The automatic water level controller switches on the water pump circuit as and when the water level in the tank or reservoir falls below a predetermined point and switches off the circuit when the water level rises up to the predetermined point. Different technologies are employed in the design and implementation of such controllers. Typically, such controllers employ a microcontroller-based system to automate the process of water pumping in an overhead tank, and display the water level on LCD screens. Continuous research has made it possible to use DC power in place of AC power, thereby reducing the risk of electrocution.
Water scarcity is one of the major problems that the world is facing today. Water wastage in industrial processes pose a significant challenge to water conservation efforts, and mandates the deployment of technology to eliminate wastage. The use of automatic water level controllers eliminates water wastage and limits the amount of electricity used. This results in more financial gains as well as energy savings, and is the major factor driving the automatic water level controller market. As these controllers work on their own, the necessity of a human operator is also eliminated which reduce manpower costs. The ease of installation and lower maintenance associated with these controllers is further contributing to their adoption across various industrial segments. Such controllers can be used with single phase motors, three phase motors, open well, bore well, and sumps. They find applications across various segments such as hotels, factories, apartments, commercial complexes, and drainage systems.
The automatic water level controller market can be categorized by technology, by application, and by region. On the basis of technology, the market can be further categorized into contact and contactless. Furthermore, on the basis of application, the market is segmented into domestic and industrial. Geographically, the market can be segmented into North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa (MEA).
The major players in the automatic water level controller market include RMG Automation, Ajinkya Electronic Systems, Niagara Automation and Company, Sindhuria Electrical Industries, and Attri Enterprises Ltd.
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