Power generation or electricity generation is the process of generating electric power from sources of primary energy such as heat (thermal), wind, solar, and chemical energy. For decades, Gems Sensors has provided the power generation industry with innovative sensors and control solutions for challenging applications.
From rugged pressure switches and transducers to reliable capacitive level sensors, Gems Sensors can create custom solutions for any power generation equipment manufacturer by utilizing its design and manufacturing engineering services.
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LS-700 Multi-Point Level Switch
LS-700 Series Multi-Point Level Switch is a compact unit that features the rugged durability of stainless steel or brass construction in a lightweight package. It is ideal for restricted spaces, including tanks less than 4 feet (1.22 m). U.L....
PS61 Series Pressure Switch
PS61 Series Pressure Switches are designed for OEM applications and are available with enhanced ingress protection (IP) to IPX7, IPX9K, and IP6KX and integral electrical connections. PS61 Pressure Switches can withstand temperatures up to...
ULS-100 Universal Level Sensor
The versatile Universal Level Sensor is a solution for OEM applications. The sensor is compact, tolerates coating, and is rugged enough for mobile equipment in agricultural, construction, buses as well as power generation, semiconductor and HVAC...
Enhancing Performance with Pressure Sensors
Pressure transducers have become an invaluable tool for the protection and optimization of industrial equipment, converting fluid pressure into variable electrical signals that can monitor and control a system. Nevertheless, while existing...
Can a Fluid Sensor Improve the Flow of Electricity?
During the summer months thousands of independently owned gas fired turbine generators search for a solution to supply energy. Learn how fluid sensors improve electricity in the hot summer months.