Smart pickoff for turbine flow meters

  • 18-Feb-2013 04:07 EST
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Flow Technology Inc.’s microLinK CANbus smart pickoff for turbine flowmeters features an enhanced amplifier design and better overall performance than standard pickoffs. The pickoff delivers temperature/viscosity/density compensated flow output in a tiny package. With approximately <20 ms response time and a standard temperate rating of -40 to +125°C, this pickoff will handle the full range of most flow applications. A linearized flow output (mass or volume) is provided via a user configurable pulse output as well as CANbus digital communication. Up to three fluid density/viscosity profiles can be stored in microLinK, enabling the user to switch seamlessly between fluids on the fly.

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