Flow Totalizing Systems precisely measure liquid flow.
October 23, 2002 -
Flow sensors can be constructed from plastic, brass, or stainless steel, and can be combined with totalizing displays. Systems provide realtime flow rate display and analog output (proportional to flow rate). Flow rates can be measured as low as 13 ml/min with ±3.0% linearity (FS) and 0.2% repeatability (FS). Flow totalizing systems are suited for flow measurement applications within advanced instrumentation. Packaging allows for integration into new/existing designs.
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P.O. Box 1340
Georgetown, TX, 78627 1340
Liquid Flow Totalizing Systems
McMillan's line of flow totalizing systems provide precise liquid flow measurement. The flow sensors can be constructed from plastic, brass, or stainless steel, and can be combined with a totalizing display for a complete package. These systems also provide a realtime flow rate display and analog output, proportional to flow rate. Flow rates can be measured as low as 13 mL/minute.
With better than ±3.0% linearity (full scale) and 0.2% repeatability (full scale), these flow totalizing systems provide accurate measurement of liquid flow, perfect for flow measurement applications within advanced instrumentation. Compact packaging allows for easy integration into new or existing designs.
For more information call or write: McMillan Company, P. 0. Box 1340, Georgetown, Texas 78627-1340; Phone (800) 861-0231 or (512) 863-0231; Fax (512) 863-0671; Internet: mcmflow.com; email: firstname.lastname@example.org