HK VCA

Gear flow meter

HK VCA HK VCA
HK VCA HK VCA

Properties

Application
Volumetric flow measurement
Material
Housing: Aluminium AlMgSi F30
Measurement mechanism: Steel 1.7139
Operating temperature max.
80 °C
Operating voltage
12 - 30 V DC, polarised
Output signal
PNP / NPN

Description

Series HK VCA gear flow meters are flow meters for viscous fluids. The metering system consists of a pair of gears, which are driven by the flow of fluid using the same principle as a gear motor.
The metering system bearings are designed as radial-axial friction bearings. The motion of the gears is sampled by a magnetoresistive sensor separate from the metering room.
Measuring accuracy HK VCA 2: ±-2.5 % of range limit value
Measuring accuracy HK VCA 5: ±-1.0 % of range limit value
Protection class IP 64 DIN 40050
1 measuring channel
Pulse amplitude: UA >= 0.8 UB
Output signal pulse shape: Rectangular, scanning ratio/channel 1:1 +-15 %

Item

4 Item
Identification Measuring range Gewinde Version Pressure max.
bar
Weight
kg
HK VCA 2 FC R1 1 to 65 l/min G 3/4" Square wave output signal 160 1.900
HK VCA 2 FC R1V 1 to 65 l/min G 3/4" without preamplifier (for plug-in display HK SD1) 160 1.800
HK VCA 5 FE R1 176 1 to 200 l/min G 1" Square wave output signal 80 6.200
HK VCA 5 FE R1V 176 1 to 200 l/min G 1" without preamplifier (for plug-in display HK SD1) 80 6.000

Accessories

Plug-in display digital

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