Calorimetric Flowmeter,-switch DVK

Có: 0 sản phẩm trong giỏ

Calorimetric Flowmeter,-switch DVK
  • Mã SP: BDAKB- DVK
  • Giá NY: Liên hệ
  • Giá bán: Liên hệ
  • Tình trạng:
  • Khuyến mãi:
  • Lượt xem: 1912
  • Range: 1-10...600-12 000 L/min air
    Connection: G ¼...G 2
    Material: connection: st.st., housing: PPS
    Max. pressure: 10 bar
    Max. temperature: 50 °C
    Accuracy: ± 5% v. ME
    LED-Indication, 2 open collector PNP, totalizing function
  • Tags: Bàn Map
Đơn vị tiền tệ
  • Số lượng:
  • Thành tiền

Range: 1-10...600-12 000 L/min air

Connection: G ¼...G 2

Material: connection: st.st., housing: PPS

Max. pressure: 10 bar

Max. temperature: 50 °C

Accuracy: ± 5% v. ME

LED-Indication, 2 open collector PNP, totalizing function

 

The digital KOBOLD flow meter / monitor model DVK serves to measure and monitor small and average flows of air in piping and hoses.

The device is absolutely maintenance-free and uses the ca- lorimetric method. When the operating voltage is applied, a thermistor integrated in the sensor is heated to a defined value above the medium temperature. When air (or gas) flows through the sensor, the heat generated in the sensor is ab- sorbed by the medium. This means that the sensor is cooled down to the medium temperature. Depending on the veloci- ty and rate of flow, the temperatures are equalized and the resistance of the sensor is reduced proportionally. The flow velocity can be determined by measuring the resistance. The medium temperature is measured by a second sensor.

The resistance values of both sensors are compared by the electronics over a Wheatstone bridge circuit and an out- put  relay  is  actuated  if  the  set  switching  values has not been made or exceeded. The switch state is signalled by two LEDs (ON: LED on; OUT 1*: green, OUT 2*: red).

The digital KOBOLD flow meter type DVK works with practi- cally no pressure loss.

Typically, the device is available in two  different versions (display and sensor as compact instrument, or display and sensor separated but connected with a cable) with the ne- cessary screw connections.

* The two outputs OUT 1 and OUT 2 can only be activated by flow measurement per unit of time, and not by totalizing.