Intrinsically safe flow/level switch

San Marcos, Calif.— NuTec Switch Series is said to be the first thermal level switch design with a low-power 4-20 mA loop power option that meets intrinsic safety requirements. NuTec flow switches are also available in advanced nonintrusive thermal flow sensor configurations with a 10 Ra surface finish suitable for use in high purity and sanitary media.

11/01/2000


San Marcos, Calif.— NuTec Switch Series is said to be the first thermal level switch design with a low-power 4-20 mA loop power option that meets intrinsic safety requirements. NuTec flow switches are also available in advanced nonintrusive thermal flow sensor configurations with a 10 Ra surface finish suitable for use in high purity and sanitary media. Model LS2000 level switch is designed for service in nearly all fluids wet/dry applications. It operates at temperatures from -40 to 250 °F and at operating pressures up to 500 psig. Response time is less than 500 msec. Model FS2000L in-line flow switch/ monitor in a nonintrusive design is suited to sanitary environments. It has a setpoint range of 0-300 sfps in air and 0-10 fps in water. Temperature range is -40 to 250 °F with an adjustable response time from 0.5 to 2.5 sec. www.fluidcomponents.com

Fluid Components International





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