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Complete Battery Powered System

SIGNET

Price: $1,125.00 / each

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  • Item # 5NFK7
  • Mfr. Model # 3-8150-P0
  • UNSPSC # 41112501
  • Catalog Page # 3748
  • Shipping Weight 2.35 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemFlow Integral System
  • Housing MaterialGlass Filled Poly
  • Fitting Size (In.)1/2 to 4
  • Flow MaterialWater-Like Liquids
  • Flow Range @ GPH0.16 to 51
  • Flow Range (GPM)0.95 to 3100
  • Flow Range (LPM)3.5 to 11600
  • Fitting TypeGF Insertion Fitting
  • Accuracy (%)+/-0.5
  • Pressure Rating (PSI)150
  • Fluid Temp. Range (Deg. F)14 to 149
  • Max. Viscosity25 cP
  • Length (In.)6"
  • Frequency Range (Hz)6 per ft/sec
  • Sensor TypePaddlewheel
  • Rotor TypePVDF
  • O-RingFPM
  • Display UnitsRange
  • Display TypeLCD
  • Flow Range0.95 to 793
  • Flow Range @ < 5 cps0.95 to 793
  • Repeatability+/- 0.5% Full Range
  • Fluid Temp. Range (Deg. C)0 to 194 F
  • Ambient Temperature14 to 149 Degrees F
  • Typical K FactorBy Size
  • Includes2 AA Size 3.6V Lithium Thionyl Chloride Batteries
  • Power Requirement2 AA Size 3.6V Lithium Thionyl Chloride Batteries
  • StandardsCE, UL, CUL, ROHS
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Rated 4 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by We have been using the Signet Flow Totalizer for 2 years without any problems with the meter. We did have some trash in the line that caused the paddle wheel to hang up. As long as the line stays flooded without many bubbles this meter works great.It is of moderate difficulty to set it up the first time but if you have knowledge of instrumentation installation and calibration it should not be too difficult.It is a little hard to remove the probe from the saddle. Be careful not to break the screw base off of the insertion probe. Use a screw driver to lightly pry the probe out of the base. Do not rely on the screw base to pull it out. May 8, 2014
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Installing on an 8" Chilled Water Line that has a 3/4" fitting on the side.
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following:

This item is not designed to be used on an 8” pipe. For an 8” pipe, you may want to consider item 5MXR7, which is also able to be mounted in any direction.

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Yes you can mount is horizontally as long as you are certain that the pipe will stay flooded and free from bubbles. The manufacturer recommends mounting it in the vertical pipe to ensure that it stays flooded at all times.
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