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Flow Rate Indicator, Rotor, 20 GPM Max
- Item # 1AMD6
- Mfr. Model # RFI 155480
- UNSPSC # 41112501
- Catalog Page # 3750
- Shipping Weight 0.25 lbs.
- ItemFlow Rate Indicator
- GPM Max.20
- Max. Pressure (PSI)100 @ 70F, 40 @ 180F
- Connection Size (In.)1/2 FNPT
- Max. Temp. (F)180
- Length (In.)1-43/64
- Width (In.)3-1/16
- Height (In.)2-3/8
- Housing MaterialPolypropylene
- Flow Range4 to 20 gpm
- Flow Range (GPM)4 to 20
- IncludesLow Flow Adapter
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Not sure of the GPM. just need to see if there is a flow and about how much.
Working range would be 180°-250° F.
This would be used on an aircraft for verification of flow for testing.
To answer your question, this Visible Flow Indicator it requires a sensor to read the pulse signals it generates, this part is a RF2500 Pulse reader from Gem sensors. We do not stock it so i would be a Special Order. Otherwise you can contact Gem Sensors for more information.
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