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Flow Meter Signal Conditioners: Frequency, Voltage, or Current Outputs

FLSC-18, FLSC-28, FLSC-34, FLSC-35 and FLSC-51

flowmeter signal conditioner | FLSC-18, FLSC-28, FLSC-34, FLSC-35 and FLSC-51

flowmeter signal conditioner

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  • Up to .05% Accuracy
  • Choose from Six Output Types
  • CMOS/TTL Compatible
  • Adjustable Low Level Signal Filter for Noise Rejection
  • For FTB-100 and FTB-200 Turbine Flowmeters
  • Integral Signal Conditioners Available for 4 to 20 mA, 0-5 V, and Factored Pulse Outputs
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Description

Signal ConditionersCompatible Meters
Model No.
FLSC-18B, FLSC-34,
FLSC-28, FLSC-35B, FLSC-51
DPF50, DPF60,
DPF300, DPi8
FLSC-51 DPF70, DPF701
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OMEGA™ high accuracy integral signal conditioners are designed for direct mounting onto OMEGA FTB-100 and 200 Series turbine meters. The input circuitry of the signal conditioners has been designed to receive and condition low level turbine meter signals while rejecting unwanted noise and spurious signals. A signal threshold control is provided which allows the user to set the input sensitivity above the ambient noise level, thereby eliminating any false signal on the output. Signal conditioners are available that can provide 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 5V, and scaled frequency pulse outputs that run on unregulated power supplies. A zero and a span potentiometer allow for simple field adjustment of the analogue outputs from the signal conditioners.

Specifications
Temperature Range: 0 to 70°C
Pulse Output: TTL/CMOS; open collector for FLSC-51B
Input Frequency: 10-1000 Hz, 28 mV P-P; 1000-2500 Hz, 70 mV P-P. Can be used with any OMEGA Turbine Meter
Maximum Input: 120V RMS
Electrical Connections: Screw terminals
Maximum Lead Length: 300 metres of 24 gauge copper wire for pulse or mA; 30 m for 0 to 5V output.
Weight: 2.3 kg
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Signal Conditioners
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FLSC-18B
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4-20 mA Output, Power Required 8-40 Vdc @ 30 mA
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FLSC-34
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4-20 mA with unscaled pulse Output, Power Required 115 Vac 50/60 Hz
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FLSC-28
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0-5 V Output, Power Required 10-40 Vdc @ 10 mA
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FLSC-35B
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0-5 V with unscaled pulse Output, Power Required 115 Vac 50/60 Hz
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FLSC-51
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Scaled square wave pulse output, Power Required 8-35 Vdc @ 10 mA
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FLSC-51B
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Same as FLSC-51, except with 50 ms pulse duration for use with electromechanical totalizers (FLSC-51 has 2 ms duration for use with digital electronics)
Popular Compatible Turbine Meters. To order as a system with a signal conditioner use table below:
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FTB-101
£920.00
Availability: 1 week
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1/2" NPT. 1.3 to 13.2 litres/min range (water)
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FTB-102
£920.00
Availability: 1 week
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1/2" NPT. 2.8 to 28 litres/min range (water)
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FTB-106
£1,015.00
Availability: 2 weeks
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1" NPT. 15 to 227 litres/min range (water)
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FTB-202
£950.00
Availability: 9 weeks
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37° Flare Fitting, 3/4-16 UNF-3A, 2.8 to 28 litres/min range (water)

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Note: Signal conditioners are installed at no charge when purchased with turbine meter.
Ordering example with turbine meter :SYS/FTB-101/FLSC-18B Add cost of turbine and signal conditioner together for system cost.
NOTE: The use of explosion-proof heads does not imply that complete assembly is either explosion-proof or intrinsically safe. It is the user’s responsibility to determine the suitability of materials for a given installation.