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Ultrasonic Flow Detector, Adjust Medium
- Item # 3PCR6
- Mfr. Model # SX3-C0
- UNSPSC # 41112501
- Catalog Page # 3763
- Shipping Weight 3.59 lbs.
- ItemUltrasonic Flow Detector
- TypeAdjustable Medium Sensor
- Flow Velocity Range (FPS)0 to 32.8
- Flow Velocity Range (MPS)0 to 10
- Pipe Size (In.)1.97 to 11.81
- Pipe Size (mm)50 to 300
- Fluid Temp. Range (Deg. F)Silicone Couplant -4 to 176, Silicone Free Couplant 32 to 140
- Fluid Temp. Range (Deg. C)Silicone Couplant -20 to 80, Silicone Free Couplant 0 to 60
- Material of ConstructionPlastic Sensor Housing, 304 Stainless Steel Sensor Cover, Plastic Guide
- Mounting MethodClamp
- Electrical ConnectionsCoaxial cable
- For Use With3PCN1 to 2PCR3
- Ambient Temp. Range-4 to 140 F
- Enclosure RatingIP67
- IncludesChain and Springs
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1 Year
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