An actual, strong, safe, and economical measure of heat transfer solutions and other liquids from -40 to 90°C. 8000 Series Liquid Flow Meters can be Customized reports adjusted for use with liquid temperatures to 150°C and up. A built-in relay can be used to lock down a system before the loss is made to expensive tools and goods.
How It Works
As liquid flows through the flow sensor pit, it makes the rotor spin—magnets installed in the rotor switch a Hall Effect sensor fixed in the sensor body. A microcomputer marks the rotational frequency of the rotor, and computing factors listed into flash memory allow the volumetric flow rate to be estimated. Flow rate data is the amount as 0–5 or 0–10 VDC and 4–20 mA. A built-in relay is listed to change state when the measured flow rate drops below a chosen alarm value. A bright LED flow status sign is green when the flow rate is at normal working levels, amber if it sinks below a determined alarm limit, and red sinks under the alarm flow rate.
Features of 8000 series liquid flow meters
- Flow varies from 0.2 to 227 LPM / 0.05 to 60.0 GPM
- The efficiency of 3% of the flow range
- Liquid temperatures from 40 to 90°C for usual models customized versions to 150°C and over.
- Improved precision and durability from digital signal processing
- AutoAlarm electric alarm trip point setting feature
- 0–5 VDC or 0–10 VDC and 4–20 mA makings
- Regular NEMA 4X / IP66 enclosure
- 5-year guarantee
Steps to involve 8000 series liquid flow meters
1. Plumbing Connections
a. Recognize the link type and size of your 8000 Series tool from the table on the front page.
b. Make links to a pipe or other fittings as needed. It is advised that you use a non-resistant pipe sealant, such as Teflon tape or glue, on pipe wires to create leakproof and lubricated joints.
c. Turn on the liquid flow slowly and verify for holes at the links. Compress bonds as needed to reduce leaks.
2. Electrical Connections
a. Position the 24 VDC power origin and turn it off.
b. Make all wire joints following the wiring tasks.
c. Verify that all joints are safe.
d. Turn the 24 VDC power on.
e. The flow state LED will turn on. The LED color is considered by linking the exact flow rate and the chosen alarm trip point value.
3. Alarm Trip Point Selection
a. Exclude the screw end-labeled set using a flat head screwdriver. Maintain the closure and the O-ring.
b. Turn the switch to the point that best suits the wanted trip point. The new trip point will take effect quickly when the switch area is changed.
c. Replace the screw end and O-ring and stiffen enough to assure that a leak-tight seal is formed.
4. Output Selection
a. Remove the screw end near the power cable using a flat head screwdriver. Maintain the back and the O-ring.
b. Slide the switch to the state corresponding to the wanted output charge, as shown to the right. The change will take effect quickly.
c. Restore the screw end and O-ring and tighten enough to assure that a leak-tight seal is formed.
5. Flow Measurement
a. Unite the COM or negative (–) terminal of a digital multimeter or similar tool to the green analog ground wire.
b. Unite the positive (+) terminal of the multimeter to the orange wire for the current product or the brown wire for voltage output.
c. Measure the current or voltage output.
d. View the flow rate according to the flow reply curves for your unique model number as shown in the 8000 Series.
A complete 8000XHT Series Liquid Flow Meters including exclusive product data, including technical information, production terms, flow response and force drop curves, fitting and fixing directions, and keeping guidelines, is available on our website.