Flow Meter Indicator SCTF DL5
SCTF DL5 Flow Meter Indicator :
SEBA INC. SCTF DL5 Flow Meter Indicator.
- Manufacturer : SEBA INC.
- Product: Flow Meter Indicator
- Model: SCTF-DL5
- S/N: 0398
- Output: 4~20mA 0~5V 1~5V
- Operating Temp: 0~40C
- Control Voltage: 24VDC
- Input Signal: Pulse, Analog(4~20mA, 0~5V)
- Display: 0~20000
- Resolution: 1/20000
- Sampling Rate: 4times/Sec
- Controller Output: 4~20mA, 1~5V
- Function: Alarm, Pause
- Accuracy: ±0.2% of SPAN at 23C ±5 C 45~75% RH
A flow meter (or flow sensor) is an instrument used to measure linear, nonlinear, mass or volumetric flow rate of a liquid or a gas. When choosing flowmeters, one should consider such intangible factors as familiarity of plant personnel, their experience with calibration and maintenance, spare parts availability, and mean time between failure history, etc., at the particular plant site. It is also recommended that the cost of the installation be computed only after taking these steps.
A flow meter, or rotameter, is an instrument used to measure linear, nonlinear, mass or volumetric flow rate of a liquid or a gas. It is the most widely used variable-area flow meter because of its low cost, simplicity, low pressure drop, relatively wide range-ability, and linear output. They are also simple to install and maintain.
In operation, the rotameter is positioned vertically in the fluid system with the smallest diameter end of the tapered flow tube at the bottom. This is the fluid inlet. The float, typically spherical, is located inside the flow tube. When fluid is introduced into the tube, the float is lifted from its initial position at the inlet, allowing the fluid to pass between it and the tube wall. As the float rises, more and more fluid flows by the float because the tapered tube’s diameter is increasing. Ultimately, a point is reached where the flow area is large enough to allow the entire volume of the fluid to flow past the float. This flow area is called the annular passage. The float is now stationary at that level within the tube, as its weight is being supported by the fluid forces which caused it to rise. This position corresponds to a point on the tube’s measurement scale and provides an indication of the fluid’s flow rate.