Turbine flow meter AFM-4
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turbine flow meter
turbine flow meter
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for water
Other characteristics
electronic, threaded
Process temperature

20 °C (68 °F)

Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)

Max.: 55 °C (131 °F)


Features: Transparent enclosure which offers view of the spinning measuring turbine Low pressurre drop thanks to large inner diameter A second plug-in nozzle is included to ensure functionality even at lower flow rates Here you can find the calculation values Lighting features: As an additonal safety and monitoring feature the FlowMeter AFSTL is equipped with an integrated indicator LED which lights up blue when the unit is connected to the power supply correctly. A second green LED blinks when flow is measured and hence optically displays correct operation of the cooling system. These LEDs not only serve the functional purpose but additionally look great! Product Information The FlowMeter AFSTL flow meter turbine can be connected directly to the Mainboard and monitored by it. It measure the flow rate in your water cooling system and shows the flow rate in rotations per minute directly via the BIOS of the system. An integrated blue indicator LED shows the voltage supply and a green LED additionally visually indicates flow an adds to the cool looks of the sensor. The direct connection to the Mainboard allows monitoring of the flow rate just like a fan signal and display it in the BIOS or with a suitable software. FlowMeter AFSTL can be connected to the Mainboard via a standard 3-Pin connector to the Mainboard like a fan and provides a rpm signal. The pulse rate of this sensor is 100 pulses per liter added to 2000pulses base rate, hence the BIOS would show 2100rpm when a flow rate of 1 liter per minute is measured, 2200rp when a flow rate of 2liters per minute is measured.


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