Hedland DDFXD-ANNA-NN DFX Doppler Flow Monitor, 0.15 To 30 FPS, No Input/Output

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Hedland Mfr # DDFXD-ANNA-NN – Item # EW-32615-80
In-field linearization allows adaptation to a wide variety of applications
  • Accuracy is ±2% full-scale over calibrated span
  • Nonintrusive, clamp-on transducers fit pipes from ¼” and above
  • Clamp-on sensor eliminates the need for in-line flanges, pipe fittings, strainers, or filters

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SPECS & DESCRIPTION

Specifications & Description

  • Accuracy±2% full-scale
  • Min Operating Temperature (° F)-40
  • Min Operating Temperature (° C)-40
  • Max Operating Temperature (° F)185
  • Max Operating Temperature (° C)85
  • Display Type2-line x 8-character LCD. Top line (rate): 0.70"; bottom line (totalizer): 0.35"
  • Enclosure RatingIP66
  • DescriptionDFX Doppler Flow Monitor, 0.15 To 30 FPS, No Input/Output

Key Features

  • Accuracy is ±2% full-scale over calibrated span
  • Nonintrusive, clamp-on transducers fit pipes from ¼” and above
  • Clamp-on sensor eliminates the need for in-line flanges, pipe fittings, strainers, or filters

More About this Item

Use these doppler flowmeters measure the flow of liquids in pipes from ¼” and larger. The transducers send flow data via RG59 coax cable to the monitor, and the monitor’s software automatically adjusts filtering parameters and gain settings to ensure reliable readings are ensured over a wide range of liquid and reflector conditions. Easily configure the monitor using the front panel keypad. A two-line backlit LCD displays rate and accumulated flow values in user selected measuring units. Models 32615-62 and -64 have a 4 to 20 mA input and output for datalogging or recording. A 4 to 20 mA input must be supplied for a 4 to 20 mA output. The monitor is housed in a NEMA 4X (IP-66) enclosure.


The NEMA 6P (IP68) rated transducer (ORDER SEPERATELY) withstands temperatures up to 210°F (99°C). Choose the correct
transducer pipe size from the table below. The ultrasonic transducer must be acoustically coupled to the outside of a pipe (using grease or RTV couplant). Transducers with longer cables and for higher process temperatures are available— contact an Applications Specialist for details.
Note: Use on partially-filled pipes may result in inaccurate readings. To have a functional system, you must purchase a monitor and transducer set that best suits your application.

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