Ready-to-go flow sensor system bundles — ideal for easy start up
- Modular interchangeable flow sensor systems with single-use design
- Accurate 1% of reading measurement at low flow
- Low operating cost disposable flow tubes for optimal contamination-free production
- Ideal for single-use applications while also suitable for long-term measurement
- Flow tubes and turbine sensors are produced and tested under cleanroom conditions
The Masterflex® single-use turbine flow starter kit is comprised of four components—flow sensor, flow tubes, barcode scanner, and output.
These liquid turbine flow sensors are corrosion resistant for long-term, trouble-free performance in demanding situations. Sensor is positioned near the edges of the rotor blades to provide accurate flow measurements for liquids.
Flow tubes come precalibrated to one point with a single-point calibration certificate with a K-factor at 50% of the flowrate and serial number. Each flow tube has an attached label that indicates the lot number, serial number, K-factor, and 2-D bar code with all the calibration data. The barcode can quickly be read by the barcode scanner making the calibration process unnecessary when exchanging a flow tube. Eliminate long downtimes and extra calibration while ensuring an accurate measurement with the barcode scanner. All flow sensors come with a single-point calibration certificate per flowmeter with a K-factor at 50% of the flowrate and serial number.
Choose from two sensor housing options — all allow for quick and easy flow tube replacement.
Tubeholder sensor secures the flow tube with a screw-down closure and has a flat base, ideal for surface or bench work.
Clamp mount sensor has a small footprint and secures the flow tube in the housing with provided screw cap, while also having a flat base.
Two output options are available — digital to analog converter and benchtop flow display with totalizer.
Flow in your tubing is picked up via the IR beam in the sensor connection and converted into a 5 to 30 V square wave pulse output. The digital-to-analog converter converts the 5 to 30 V square wave pulse to a voltage, current, or frequency output. The benchtop enclosure displays flow with totalizer and features a large, backlit, 8-digit, LCD showing accurate flow readout.