The FPR-200 series flowrate sensor integrates rugged tangential turbine technology with a precision digital-to-analog conversion circuit hermetically encapsulated within the body of the sensor. The flow sensor is ideal for measuring flowrates in cooling circuits, HVAC systems and batching operations.
SPECIFICATIONS Accuracy: 2% FS Repeatability: 0.5% FS Temperature Range: Stainless Steel Body: -7 to 107°C (20 to 225°F) Polypropylene Body: -7 to 65°C (20 to 150°F) Analog Output: 4 to 20 mA Power Supply: 12 to 35 Vdc Load Driving Capacity: 1150 ? max Response Time: 2 s to 90% (step change in flow rate) Electrical Connection: 3 m (10') cable Pulse Dry-Contact Output (-PS Models) Max Voltage: 30 Vac/Vdc Max Current: 10 mA ac/dc Max Power: 0.25 W Relay Output: Form C (SPDT), rated 5A@120/240 Vac Wetted Parts for 316 SS Bodies: Casing: 316 SS Cover: Stainless steel or clear polycarbonate Seal: Buna, EPR or FKM (optional) Turbine: Acetal copolymer Bearing: PEEKTM Shaft: Stainless steel Non-Wetted Parts for 316 SS Bodies: Encapsulant: Epoxy Strain Relief: Nylon Lock Ring: Stainless steel Wire Insulation: High-temperature PVC Max Viscosity: 5 cps Wetted Parts for Polypropylene Bodies: Sensor Body: Glass-filled polypropylene Cover: Clear polycarbonate Seal: Buna Turbine: Acetal copolymer Bearing: PEEK Shaft: Stainless steel Non-Wetted Parts for Polypropylene Bodies: Encapsulant: Epoxy Strain Relief: Nylon Lock Ring: Glass-filled polypropylene Wire Insulation: High-temperature PVC
Rated 1 out of
Design needs improvementHave gone through 3 or 4 of these in under 2 years. After a very short period of use the wheel inside loosens up and gets caught up which slows the speed of it and gives an incorrect flow. This has happened on every one of these we have bought and it is clearly a poor design
Date published: 2020-07-20
Rated 1 out of
The worstThis is the most stupidly designed flowmeter ever. The wire harness is within about 1/16 inch of one of the water fitting. Virtually any water fitting I tried to put onto the flow meter body would not screw on because of interference witht he wiring harness. I just took vise grips and removed the wiring harness and when I removed it all the wires inside inside were sheared off. Dead as a doornail just like that.
Do you have any pressure drop v. flow information for this flow meter? I was unable to find any information in the manual. Thank you.
Asked by: mpei2021
Thank you for your inquiry! Yes, pressure drop information is available for the various flow meters in this series. Please contact us at email@example.com so that we can share the pressure drop curves.
Answered by: Application Engineer JM
Date published: 2021-07-19
I want to use FSW204P-PC to indicate whether water is flowing or not. the flow rate in my application is 220GPM. will my flow rate damage this switch? will any amount of flow above the range of this switch still energized the relay? Thanks
Asked by: rays
Thank you for your inquiry. The max flow rate it can handle it 5 GPM as noted in the data sheet. You may email firstname.lastname@example.org and specific the pipe diameter and can suggest an alternative flow switch that best fits your application.