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Posted: Friday 11th December 2009

Reliable measurement of the smallest quantities at low cost.

With the new SQ volumetric flow sensor ifm electronic Ltd now offers a sensor for low volumetric flow quantities. This sensor has been designed for dosing of water and other aqueous solutions from 1 to 200 ml/min, making it ideal for use in dosing, sampling and many other applications.

The SQ sensor is set up in less than five minutes using the two pushbuttons on the front of the unit next to the four-digit LED display.

The setting options allow the user to choose switched, analogue or pulsed outputs for simple integration into the control system. To make the sensor even more useful, the second output can be used to indicate the temperature of the medium. Flow and temperature are measured at the same time. Both can be supplied either as switched or as analogue output.

Designed for the food and machine tool industries the volumetric flow sensor type SQ has a favourable price compared to the systems already on the market.

The measuring pipe itself is inside the unit, offering high protection against mechanical strain. The connection to the system is made via a G 1/8 process connection.

Volumetric flow quantities, total quantities or temperature are indicated via a 4-digit alphanumeric LED display directly on the unit.

The volumetric flow sensor SQ operates according to the calorimetric measuring principle. The permissible temperature range of the medium is between 0...60░C. The sensor is connected via an industry-standard M12 connector.


ifm is committed to working closely with its customers to develop products which precisely match their needs, and the company provides expert, readily accessible technical support to help users maximise the benefits they gain from ifm products.

Telephone: 020 8213-0000.
Fax: 020 8213-2228.

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