The new Gen 3 Low Pressure Sensor from Marquardt takes the pressure
off you when it comes to creating the more efficient, more sustainable and carbon-friendly home appliances customers expect and governments demand.
Our revolutionary new water level sensor is an integrated, modular solution that can be quickly customized for implementation in new or existing products.
Ready to use in washing machines and more. Distinguish your brand with smarter,
custom cycles, more automated features and a more satisfying user experience.
What is the purpose of a low pressure sensor in a washing machine?
A low pressure sensor enables safe and efficient washing machine operation by monitoring the water level in the washing machine drum.
How does a low pressure sensor work in a washing machine?
The pressure sensor is connected to the drum of the washing machine by a hose which enables it to detect changes in pressure based on the water level in the washing machine drum. The sensor converts these pressure readings into a digital signal which is sent to the control board and used to regulate the water level throughout the wash cycle.
What other appliances use low pressure sensors?
Dishwashers are another common application for low pressure sensors. In fact, low pressure sensors can be used in any appliance where precise water level monitoring is critical—provided the sensor range and size are compatible.
What is the operating range for Marquardt’s Gen 3 Low Pressure Sensor?
Our Low Pressure Sensor pressure range is from 0 to 3000 PA—a considerably wider operating range than other sensors—due to its larger membrane and other improvements. For more detailed information, please refer to the Gen 3 Low Pressure Sensor data sheet
What is the cost of Marquardt’s Gen 3 Low Pressure Sensor?
For price details please contact our sales team.
Marquardt technologies are part of an entire appliance control ecosystem that includes electronics, actuators, sensors and more. We can help you unify your components for greater efficiency and enhanced operability.