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Flowrate Sensors

$121.16

Item# FTB2004

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Flowrate Sensors FTB2004 FTB2004
Flowrate Sensors is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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  • Measures Low Liquid Flow Rates of .13 to 7.9 GPM
  • FDA Approved Materials
  • Lightweight Plastic Design Permits Mounting in Any Position

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Product Specs

The FTB2000 series Hall-effect turbine flowrate sensor is ideal for OEM applications involving low flow liquid monitoring. The low cost, coupled with 1 /2 % repeatability, makes it an ideal candidate for replacing dispensing timer systems. Unlike existing timing systems, turbine technology is not influenced by changes in system pressure caused by aging filters. The sensor’s standard power and output specifications make it easy to retrofit to existing controllers.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Wetted Materials
Body: Nylon 12
Turbine: Nylon 12 Composite
Bearings: PTFE/15% Graphite

Accuracy: ±3% of reading
Repeatability: 0.5% of full scale
Operating Pressure: 200 psig
Operating Temperature: -20 to 100°C (-4 to 212°F )
Viscosity: 32 to 81 SSU (1.8 to 16 centistokes)
Filter: <50 microns Input
Power: 5 to 24 Vdc @ 8 mA
Output: NPN Sinking Open Collector @ 50 mA Maximum (1 to 2.2 K Ohm Pull-Up Resistor Required) (Hz Output)
Electrical Connection: Spade Terminals 2.8/6.3 x 0.8 mm (0.110/.248 x 0.031")standard
                                 Cable 1m (3') on optional "-C" versions

Inlet/Outlet Ports: 3 /8 " NPT Male

Rated 4 out of 5 by from small sensor at an inexpensive price Not the best sensor as far as flow sensors go but very inexpensive for a flow sensor it works good in our application of a chemical that is simalar to vegetable oil in viscosity we are using it with a plc and had to pull the voltage down from 24 v to 12 v then use a pull up resistor to be able to read pulses it word well at that point
Date published: 2017-03-01
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About your answer: &quot; it would be recommended to use filter of at least 10 microns to avoid suspended particles to interfere with the moving turbine of flow meter&quot;. can you recommend a specific filter? Manufacturer and P/N ? Is there such an OMEGA filter ?

Asked by: Eli Maryan
Thank you for the following question. Please email flow@omega.com and will advise.
Answered by: JC ENGR
Date published: 2020-08-11

Is it necessary to install a filter at the entrance in order to protect the Flowrate Sensors from dirt and unwanted parts that are in the water. We want to ensure that the product will not damaged.

Asked by: Eli Maryan
Thank you for your inquiry about this flow meter. Yes, it would be recommended to use a filter of at least 10 microns to avoid any suspended particles to interfere with the moving turbine inside the flow meter.
Answered by: JC ENGR
Date published: 2020-08-10

What's the pressure drop across the device as a function of flow rate(ml/s), for water, at 25 degrees C?

Asked by: Pavan Karra
Thank you for your inquiry for the FTB2000 turbine flow meter. The information is shown on the data sheet on this Product Page, click on the link and you will see the Pressure Drop Curve across the entire flow range.
Answered by: JC ENGR
Date published: 2020-07-28
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