Insertion Paddlewheel Flow Sensor

IP820P
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Seametrics IP820-Series Insertion Paddlewheel Flow Sensor, 4-8 in pipe, PVC sensor, EPDM O-ring, 175 psig@130 deg F, 12-4680 gpm flow, 6-24VDC 2 mA, #22 AWG, 3 Cond, 18 ft cable.
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IP800-SERIES
Insertion Paddlewheel Flow Sensor

FEATURES
  • Low-friction, long-life jewel bearings
  • One moving part
  • Fully field-repairable
  • Choice of materials for compatibility with variety of chemicals
  • Fits 1/2” to 8” pipe
  • Fixed depth in fitting ensures proper placement in pipe


General Information
The IP800-Series are impeller (or “paddlewheel”) insertion meters designed for use with a wide variety of liquids in pipe sizes 1/2" to 8". Sensors are available in brass, 316 stainless steel, PVC, and polypropylene. Bodies are machined from a solid rod for maximum precision. High-quality jewel bearings and nickel-bound tungsten carbide shafts are used for extreme low friction and long life. Low-flow performance is good, al¬though other Seametrics flow meters are recommended where extremely low flows are being measured.

The rotation of the rotor is detected by a non-drag Hall-effect sensor. Output is a current-sinking pulse, which can be sent long distances (up to 2,000 feet) without a transmitter. This sig¬nal can be connected directly to PLC's, counters, and computer cards, as well as a variety of Seametrics controls and displays.

Seametrics IP meters are ideal for chemical proportioning ap¬plications. If no display is required, a simple divider such as the PD10 provides adjustable pump pacing. For rate and total display, the FT415 (battery powered) or FT420 (loop powered) flow indicator can be mounted directly on the IP80-Series meter, or remotely on a wall or panel. The AO55 blind analog transmitter can be used to convert to a 4-20 mA output. IP meters are also compatible with the DL76 data logger and FT520 batch processor.

The IP800-Series require special fittings that ensure correct depth placement in the pipe. Fittings come in a variety of ma¬terials for compatibility with specific applications. Tee fittings are individually wet-calibrated at the factory and marked with the K-factor (pulses per gallon). Saddle fittings must be field-installed on the pipe and do not come wet-calibrated. K-factors for saddles are based on factory-testing.