F3.00/ F3.01 Paddle Wheel Flow Sensors
|Series:||F3.00/F3.01 Paddle Wheel|
|Shaft and Bearings:||Ceramic|
|Pipe Sizes:||1/2″ – 24″|
|Velocity Range:||0.15 to 8m/s (0.5 to 25 ft./sec.)|
Type F3.00/F3.01 Paddle Wheel Flow Sensors
The Type F3.00/F3.01 Paddle Wheel Flow Sensors are the core items in the Digiflow FlowX3 line. A square wave output signal is generated with frequency proportional to rate of rotor rotation and flow velocity. This pulse output is normally fed to a FlowX3 flow monitor/transmitter, blind transmitter, batch controller or adjustable flow switch. It can also be fed to other brand instruments or PLC's.
They are available in two sensor sizes L0 and L1 which cover pipe sizes from ½" to 24", flow velocity range is 0.15 to 8 m/s, with maximum pressure rating 150 psi.
Connectable Instruments: F3.01.H Hall Effect - Panel/Wall Mount - M9.00, M9.02, M9.10, M9.50 F3.00.H Hall Effect - Panel/Wall Mount - M9.00, M9.02, M9.10, M9.50 F3.01.C Coil Effect - Direct, Panel/Wall Mount - M9.20 F3.00.C Coil Effect - Direct, Panel/Wall Mount - M9.20 F3.00.P Push-Pull - Connect with NPN or PNP Inputs (PLC)
✓ Ceramic Shaft and Bearings
✓ Self Cleaning Design
✓ Submersible Sensors Available
Hall Effect Paddle Wheel Flow Sensors require a supply voltage between 5 and 24 VDC and is normally fed to a F9.00, F9.02, F9.03 or F9.50 flow monitor which will supply power to the sensor. Hall Effect signals may be transmitted up to 300 meters (984 ft.) without the need for conditioning. F3.00.H/F3.01.H Compatibility Chart
Coil Effect Paddle Wheel Flow Sensors require a supply voltage between 3 and 5 VDC and are required with the battery powered flow monitor. The signal is normally fed to the F9.20 battery powered (3.6 V) flow monitor, which will supply power to the sensor. Coil Effect signals may be transmitted up to 16 m (52.5 ft.) without conditioning. F3.00.C/F3.01.C Compatibility Chart
Push-pull Paddle Wheel Flow Sensors require a supply voltage between 12 and 24 VDC. The signal is fed to any PLC or flow monitor with NPN or PNP input. Hall Effect signals may be transmitted up to 300 meters (984 ft.) without the need for conditioning. F3.00.P Compatibility Chart