The model 320 is a compact, programmable transmitter capable of converting the signal from flow sensors to a scaled units/pulse signal. In addition to our standard square wave signal, it can also accept a sine wave making it a versatile transmitter for numerous applications.
With an onboard microcontroller and digital circuitry, the 320 is programmed from a Windows® based computer program. This eliminates the need to set dip switches and produces precise, accurate and drift free signals of high resolution.
The compact cast epoxy body measures 44 mm (1.75”) x 70 mm (2.75”) x 25 mm (1”) and can easily be mounted to panels, DIN rails or enclosures. With multiple inputs, ease of use and a variety of enclosures, the model 320 is a powerful and competitive transmitter for many of today’s demanding applications.
The series feature a six-bladed impeller design with a proprietary, non-magnetic sensing mechanism. The impeller shape coupled with the absence of magnetic drag provides accuracy and repeatability throughout the flow range of the sensors. As the liquid flow turns the impeller, a low impedance square wave signal is transmitted with a frequency proportional to the flow rate.