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LFE Electromagnetic type digital flow switch

Electromagnetic type digital flow switch. For water and water-soluble coolant

Electromagnetic type digital flow switch. For water and water-soluble coolant
Electromagnetic type digital flow switch. for water and water-soluble coolant
Electromagnetic type digital flow switch. for water and water-soluble coolant
Measuring principle electromagnetic
Measuring range 0,5÷200 l/min as a function of the diameter
Output signal 4÷20mA - digital output - voltage output 1÷5 V
Process connection threaded R. 3/8"÷1" 
Materials in contact with fluid: PPS, FKM, C37 (brass) 
Temperature up to 85°C - Max. pressure 10 bar
Price from € 390,00
Variable depending on the configuration
The electromagnetic flowmeter Riels-LFE using Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction to measure the flow of electrically conducting liquids, according to which a conductor crossing a magnetic field generates a potential oriented perpendicularly to the field itself.

Advantages
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Reverse flow can be detected
  • With integrated display in 3 colors
  • Bidirectional measures
  • Repeatability ± 1.5% F.S.
  • Without pressure drop

Technical Characteristics

Measuring principle:
    • Electromagnetic
    Measuring range / adjustment:
      • 0.5÷200 [l/min]
      Precision Class:
        • ±1,5% VFS
        • ±2% VFS
        Outputs available:
          • 1÷5 [V]
          • 4÷20 [mA]
          • NPN/PNP
          Operating voltage [V]:
            • 24 Vdc
            Operating temperature:
              • 0÷+50 [°C]
              Pressure max:
                • 0÷1 [MPa]
                Process connection:
                  • Filettato: 1/2" | 3/4" | 1"
                  Materials in contact with the media:
                    • PPS
                    • FKM
                    • Brass
                    Degree of protection:
                      • IP65
                      Approvals:
                        • RoHS approval
                        • EC Declaration of Conformity