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Flow sensor for connection to an evaluation unit

SFG18ABB/2G /6M

SF521A

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Technische Details
Application
Application high-temperature range
Media Liquids; Gases
Medium temperature [°C] -20...70
Pressure rating [bar] 30
Liquids
Application high-temperature range
Medium temperature [°C] -20...70
Gases
Medium temperature [°C] -20...70
Electrical data
Connection to control monitor VS2000 Exi (PTB 01 ATEX 2075)
Measuring/setting range
Probe length L [mm] 156
Liquids
Setting range [cm/s] 3...300
Greatest sensitivity [cm/s] 3...60
Gases
Setting range [cm/s] 200...2000
Greatest sensitivity [cm/s] 200...800
Accuracy / deviations
Temperature gradient [K/min] 15
Response times
Response time [s] 1...10
Liquids
Response time [s] 1...10
Gases
Response time [s] 1...10
Operating conditions
Ambient temperature [°C] -20...70
Protection IP 67
Tests / approvals
ATEX marking II 2G Ex ia IIC T4 Gb
Shock resistance
DIN IEC 68-2-27 40 g (11 ms)
Vibration resistance
DIN IEC 68-2-6 10 g (55...2000 Hz)
MTTF [years] 8272
Mechanical data
Weight [g] 2.665
Housing cylindrical
Dimensions [mm] Ø 18
Materials stainless steel (1.4404 / 316L)
Materials (wetted parts) stainless steel (1.4404 / 316L)
Process connection ANSIB 16.5 (1 in; 300 lb/sq.in)
Remarks
Remarks
In principle, the type test according to 94/9/EC (ATEX) only takes atmospheric conditions into account (0.8...1.1 bar).
For pressures outside this range use must be assessed and approved by the user.
Adhere to the operating instructions and the type test certificate.
Pack quantity 1 pcs.
Electrical connection
Connection Cable: 6 m, TPE-S; Maximum cable length: 100 m; 5 x 0.34 mm²
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