Flow Sensors / Detectors

In-line Flow Sensors are used for liquids and gases.
Flow Sensors / Detectors

In-line Flow Sensors are used for liquids and gases.

D04 and D10 self-contained flow sensors monitor changes in flow as low as 5 ml/min (0.001 gpm). They connect directly into pipeline and maintain accuracy during changes in media temperature. Sensors are available with discrete transistor output or 4-20 mA analog signal output, both in DC only. Each can be set up for various applications using adjustment potentiometer on front of housing. All...

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Flow Sensors / Detectors

Flow Fitting/Sensors are for low-to-high flow measurement.

Positive displacement Type S070 Flow Fitting and Type 8071 Flow Sensor control fluids with max viscosity of 1,000 cP. Combined measuring capabilities are from 0.5 gph to 180 gpm. S070 fitting connects to Hall or reed switch sensors via 1/4-turn and is available with process connections of 1/4 to 3 in. (G or NPT) and up to 2 in. ANSI (flanged). Type 8071 incorporates non-intrusive Hall-effect...

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Active Flow Switch works in pipes up to 4 ft dia.
Flow Sensors / Detectors

Active Flow Switch works in pipes up to 4 ft dia.

FS30 flow switch works with any of company's flow sensors to send output at set flow rate. It can be inserted in pipe sizes 1/2 to 48 in., mounted on sensor or remotely, and set to activate on rise or fall. Set point is input using rotary digital switches. Switch has variable hysteresis or deadband setting to accommodate varying amounts of turbulence. If turbulence is significant, deadband keeps...

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Sensors measure micro liquid flow rates.
Flow Sensors / Detectors

Sensors measure micro liquid flow rates.

Rated for operation up to 500 psig, Series 102 liquid flow sensors measure flow rates from 13 mL/min to 10 L/min (2.6 GPM) with ± 3% full scale accuracy and ±0.2% repeatability. Sensors provide linear 0-5 VDC output signal and have turndown ratio up to 10:1. Series 102T has dual output signals consisting of 0-5 VDC linear and buffered 7.5 V pulse output proportional to flow rate.

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