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Telephone consultation

You’d like to talk with an expert? You’re looking for the ideal sensor for your requirements? Then call us. We’ll be glad to help you select the right instrument.

You’ll be connected with your VEGA consultant via our switchboard:

+1 513 2720131

Service hotline

If you need service, feel free to call our 24-hour hotline, available seven days a week. Only normal call charges are incurred:

+49 1805 85 85 50

VEGA Americas service line

For assistance during normal business hours, call:

+1 844-VEGA-NOW (834 2669)

+1 800-367-5383 (Toll free)

Consultation and selection

Personal consultation helps you find the best measuring instrument

Person-to-person consultation

Every application is different and has its own special challenges. You’d like to talk with an expert and work out together with him which sensor best fulfils your requirements? Just give us a call. We’re happy to give advice and help you select the right instrument.


How do you put VEGA sensors to use in the most optimal way? We gladly pass our knowledge and our experience in level, switching and pressure measurement on to you! In VEGA seminars, planners, project engineers and electricians learn first-hand how to install and operate VEGA sensors and get the most out of them.

Practical online tools

Full insight, full overview and full control: You want to configure your instrument yourself, in order to see all available device options and exploit all possibilities? With our convenient online tools, it’s a breeze!
Step by step to the right sensor: Specify the requirements of your measuring task by entering just a few process Parameters.

You’ve already found the right measuring instrument: Now configure your VEGA instrument exactly according to your needs by selecting the desired instrument features.

Useful selection aids

The dielectric constant describes the electrical properties of substances and is an important factor in deciding which measuring principle is the best one to use. Because, in some cases, measurement is not possible below a certain DK value. In the dielectric constant list you’ll find the DK values of various substances and the limits of the measuring instruments.
When dealing with aggressive media, the question arises: How much can the wetted materials of the instrument withstand? The resistance list, which was compiled from various materials tables and supplemented by our own tests, provides a rough guideline