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Air Velocity Transmitter
- Item # 22C746
- Mfr. Model # 641-12
- UNSPSC # 41112509
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 1.05 lbs.
- ItemAir Velocity Transmitter
- Velocity RangesFPM: 250, 500, 1000, 2000, 3000, 5000, 10000, 15000
- Velocity Accuracy3% FS Process gas: 32 to 122 Degrees F (0 to 50 Degrees C); 4% FS Process gas: -40 to 32 Degrees F & 122 to 212 Degrees F (-40 to 0 Degrees C & 50 to 100 Degrees C)
- Power Required12-35 VDC, 10-16 VAC 1.5 A Rating Required on Supply Due to Initial Power Surge Drawn by Transmitter
- Response Time (Sec.)1.5 Seconds to 95% of Final Value (Output Filter Set to Minimum)
- Operating Temp.Process: -40 to 212 Degrees F (-40 to 100 Degrees C) Ambient: 32 to 140 Degrees F (0 to 60 Degrees C)
- Max. Pressure (PSI)100
- Probe Length (In.)12
- Dia. (In.)1/2"
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1
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