Specifically designed for water billing applications, OMEGA’s FTB-4000 flowmeters are highly accurate and feature tamper-resistant, non-resettable totalizers. The large faces are easy to read. Optional reed relay scaled pulse outputs allow for remote totalization (1.8 m (6 ft) of cable included). The pulse output option is factory installed and must be requested at the time of order. All FTB flowmeters feature built-in strainers, trickle flow indication and are shipped complete with locking nuts and coupling pieces.
SPECIFICATIONS Accuracy: ?10% of continuous to max. flow: ±1.5% of reading <10% of continuous flow: ±2% of reading Power for Pulse Output: 6-16 Vdc Max. Temp: 90°C (200°F) Max. Pressure: 150 psi Pulse Outputs: Reed Relay: 4100P Series: 1 gal/pulse (for remote totalization only) Max. Reading (gals): 10 million for ½" and ¾"; 100 million for 1", 1¼", 1½" Wetted Parts: Brass body, stainless steel polyimide (fiberglass), polypropylene, EPDM O-Ring Installation Requirements: 10 pipe diameters upstream, 5 downstream Mounting: Horizontal or vertical for ½ " and ¾" models, Horizontal Mounting Required for 1" and 1½" models.
Rated 5 out of
Bullet proofThese are simple meters with one function that they do well. We have 15 of these around the plant and I cannot recall replacing one yet.
Date published: 2016-02-04
Rated 4 out of
FTP-4107A-P Flow MeterThis flow meter comes with absolutely no documentation and it also doesn't exist on the web. Everyone I talked to at Omega insisted it had three wires when it only had two for pulse output. I finally got a hold of someone who had some suggestions on how to hook it up and I ultimately got it working. Other than that, it seems to be a good product.
can we time/date stamp totalized flow data using Pulse output so we can determine when a high water usage event has occurred,
can we use a 9 volt battery to power for pulse output
Asked by: Tquick
Thank you for your inquiry. Date/time stamping would be a function of the data logger that you would use this meter with. This meter only generates the pulses. A 9V battery would be a sufficient power supply for this meter.