A water level indicator measures and regulates the levels of water in many distinct systems such as swimming pools, cooling towers, and water pumps/tanks, among others, based on a basic function of water flow regulation and system performance optimization. Water level controllers have numerous advantages.
The first electronic water controller, which hit the market in the early 1990s, allowing industry professionals to consistently and accurately track water levels in boilers, irrigation lakes, cooling towers, wastewater, and water tanks. However, due to their design flaws, these devices were quickly discovered to be defective. While they were quickly acknowledged as a step up over typical “toilet tank” float designs, the engineers quickly realized that long-term usage of these water controls was unlikely. Despite being more accurate, the new controllers did not allow for straightforward verification procedures, nor did they provide an intuitive user interface to allow for troubleshooting when issues arose. VackerGlobal has developed a Water Level Control System to address all of these issues.