The FPR-200 series flowrate sensor integrates rugged tangential turbine technology with a precision digital-to-analog conversion circuit hermetically encapsulated within the body of the sensor. The flow sensor is ideal for measuring flowrates in cooling circuits, HVAC systems and batching operations.
SPECIFICATIONS Accuracy: 2% FS Repeatability: 0.5% FS Temperature Range: Stainless Steel Body: -7 to 107°C (20 to 225°F) Polypropylene Body: -7 to 65°C (20 to 150°F) Analog Output: 4 to 20 mA Power Supply: 12 to 35 Vdc Load Driving Capacity: 1150 ? max Response Time: 2 s to 90% (step change in flow rate) Electrical Connection: 3 m (10') cable Pulse Dry-Contact Output (-PS Models) Max Voltage: 30 Vac/Vdc Max Current: 10 mA ac/dc Max Power: 0.25 W Relay Output: Form C (SPDT), rated 5A@120/240 Vac Wetted Parts for 316 SS Bodies: Casing: 316 SS Cover: Stainless steel or clear polycarbonate Seal: Buna, EPR or FKM (optional) Turbine: Acetal copolymer Bearing: PEEKTM Shaft: Stainless steel Non-Wetted Parts for 316 SS Bodies: Encapsulant: Epoxy Strain Relief: Nylon Lock Ring: Stainless steel Wire Insulation: High-temperature PVC Max Viscosity: 5 cps Wetted Parts for Polypropylene Bodies: Sensor Body: Glass-filled polypropylene Cover: Clear polycarbonate Seal: Buna Turbine: Acetal copolymer Bearing: PEEK Shaft: Stainless steel Non-Wetted Parts for Polypropylene Bodies: Encapsulant: Epoxy Strain Relief: Nylon Lock Ring: Glass-filled polypropylene Wire Insulation: High-temperature PVC
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The worstThis is the most stupidly designed flowmeter ever. The wire harness is within about 1/16 inch of one of the water fitting. Virtually any water fitting I tried to put onto the flow meter body would not screw on because of interference witht he wiring harness. I just took vise grips and removed the wiring harness and when I removed it all the wires inside inside were sheared off. Dead as a doornail just like that.