FPR1501 Series flow sensors can measure extremely low flow rates from 15 mL/min. They are suitable for a wide variety of industrial, commercial, and laboratory flow applications.
Because the FPR1501 flow sensors have only PTFE and sapphire wetted surfaces, it is anticipated that they will replace conventional glass tube and ball flowmeters in many applications in which an electrical signal proportional to flow rate is desirable, even in very corrosive applications in which the liquid is low in viscosity (i.e., less than 10 centistokes).
Models use a Pelton-type turbine wheel to determine the flow rate of the liquid. The rotation rate of the turbine wheel is linear over a large dynamic range. The electro-optical system consists of a diode emitting energy in the infrared spectrum. Light energy is interrupted and passed from 8 small holes in the small turbine wheel. This reflected light energy is detected by a photodiode. Thus, as the turbine wheel rotates in response to the liquid flow rate, electrical pulses are generated. Processing circuitry provides a DC voltage output and buffered square-wave output pulses that are proportional to the flow rate.
Tube Fitting: 1/8" tube fittings for flowrates up to 100 ml/min ¼" tube fitting for flow rates from 100 ml/min. to 2 liters/min 3/8" tube fitting for flow rates greater than 2 liters/min.
SPECIFICATIONS Output Signal: 0 to 5 Vdc, adjustable ±20% (typical) and pulse output from 0 to 300/500 pps (typical) @ 7.5 Vdc peak pulse height-linear Power Requirements: 12 to 15 Vdc regulated, 50 mA Standard Sensor Material: PTFE, sapphire, Perfluoroelastomer gasket; PFA compression tube fittings Pressure Rating: 4 bar (60 psig) max Temperature Rating: 0 to 70°C (32 to 158°F) Temperature Sensitivity: ±0.2%/°C Accuracy: ±3% FS Repeatability: ±0.2% FS from 20 to 100% of rated max flow Dimensions: 55.6 x 48.0 x 58.9 mm (2.19 x 1.89 x 2.32") not including fittings Applicable Liquids: Many low-viscosity (<10 centistokes) liquids; check compatibility with wetted materials; specify liquid when ordering
Rated 2 out of
It's OK.As delivered it said even fresh outdoor air was @ 25ppm CO. After re-zero-ing, it now says indoor air is between 0 and 15ppm CO (constantly wandering in this range, even if our furnace and gas stove are completely shut down). It is not quite as accurate as I was hoping for.
Date published: 2017-03-06
Rated 1 out of
Accessory AnnoyingI bought this because it is readily available albeit a bit pricey. Although it is shown with mating connectors, THEY DON'T COME WITH IT!!! I got it fast but can't use it.
Date published: 2019-03-21
Rated 5 out of
Worked right out of box!Very easy to setup and connect, worked right out of the box with included cables!
Date published: 2017-08-12
Rated 5 out of
Great buying experience great productWe need this to test our oven daily for proper temperatures. It works great and is a quality product. Our previous Omega was in use daily for 8 years. We needed a replacement.
Date published: 2016-08-01
Rated 5 out of
Low turn on currentI use these as solid state relays with the NI 9403 5V TTL DIO module. The problem I have always had is that the module only outputs 2mA per channel. These DR-IO modules let me go directly from the TTL signal to a 3A 208V powered device. If I need more than that I can used them to turn on a larger relay. The internal fuse make them a great space saver too.
Date published: 2016-02-16
Rated 2 out of
OM-CP-OCTTEMP2000As usual the software is very glitchy and slow...virtually unusable. Documentation is not up to date.
Date published: 2017-08-10
Rated 4 out of
Great Featuresi recently bought this product and i am happy to have it
Date published: 2019-04-03
Rated 3 out of
Works but all thermocouple types must be the sameThe datalogger and software is simple enough to use and the software for this datalogger is better than some of the other software omega provides for other data collection devices. It does exactly what is needed, log data.
The major disadvantage of the 4 channel data logger is that all of the channels must be the same thermocouple type. It does not state anywhere on the website, the specification sheet or the manual that all the thermocouple types must be the same. Only after purchase and looking a little deeper, I only found the only place that it was mentioned that all thermocouple types must be the same was in the quick start guide. Now I need to purchase new thermocouples so I can log data from all my thermocouples.