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New METPOINT® FLM SF13 and SF53 volume flow sensors

05/05/2017

The METPOINT FLM measures the compressed air volume flow, which is the basis for accurate consumption analyses for cost reduction and effective energy management. METPOINT FLM sensors reliably detect leakage, overloads and malfunctions. Based on the analysis of the sensor data, the components of the compressed air system can be adjusted for optimum ef-ficiency.

The latest generation of FLM sensors from BEKO TECHNOLOGIES are now available:

The SF13 has been specifically designed for decentralised consumption measurements close to the actual consumers. It comes with a display showing the measured parameter values and configuration regarding the required gas type or LEDs indicators, signalling that calibration is due. The device is available for flow-optimised measuring section diameters of DN8, DN15, DN20, DN25, DN32, DN40 and DN50. All sensors come with a digital RS485 MODBUS output as standard and are dimensioned for operating pressures up to 16 bar.

The SF53 is a sensor for centralised consumption measurements and features a display showing the measured parameter values and configuration regarding the required gas type or LEDs indicators, signalling that calibration is due. It can be easily installed, even if the system is under pressure. The matching plug-in probes come in sizes 120mm, 220mm and 400mm. All SF53 sensors come with a digital RS485 MODBUS output as standard and are dimensioned for operating pressures up to 50 bar. Display optional.

Both sensors are ready for connection to a METPOINT BDL or BDL compact data logger, as the BDL data loggers are already preconfigured accordingly. The SF13 and SF53 are available in stock January 2017 and replace the METPOINT FLM FS109 and FS211 sensors.

The sensor METPOINT FLM SF53 features a display showing the measured parameter values and or an LED indicator, signalling that calibration is due.

 

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