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A flow sensor is an electrical device that measures or controls the flow rate of liquids and gases within pipes and tubes (more often known as a “flow metre”).
Although they can be connected to computers and digital interfaces, flow sensors are often attached to gauges in order to render their measurements.
They are frequently utilised in septic systems, medical equipment, HVAC systems, and chemical manufacturing facilities.
Leaks, obstructions, pipe bursts, and changes in liquid concentration brought on by contamination or pollution can all be found with flow sensors.
The Global flow sensors market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Keyence FD-Q Series flow sensor detects all types of liquid flow and attaches to the pipe with a simple clamp. In 60 seconds, the FD-Q may be mounted without modifying the pipe. With the use of six ordinary screws, the device clamps onto the outside of a pipe, and installation doesn’t even need turning off the machine.
All liquid types can be detected by the FD-Q series. Water flow (including deionized water), oil flow, chemical flow, consumer product flow, etc. are all examples of this. Through pipes made of both metal and resin, this detection is achievable. Risks associated with conventional flow sensors, such as contamination, pressure loss, leaks, ongoing maintenance, and machine downtime, are all avoided with the FD-Q series.
Reading the FD-display Q’s can be difficult or impossible in some mounting scenarios. Combining the FD-Q with a MU-N controller enables the use of a second display and greater capabilities in a convenient position.
Sensirion AG’s cost-effective SLF3S-4000B liquid flow sensor filled the gap left by earlier flow sensors for higher flow rates in industrial and laboratory analysis. It is only 5 cm long, weighs 7 g, and accurately measures flow rates up to 1 l/min with the usual quality.
Sensirion is entering a new measurement dimension with the introduction of the SLF3S-4000B high-flow sensor and has expanded its measurement range from nanoliters to litres per minute. The SLF3S-4000B has a similar appearance and feel to the current SLF3x flow sensor family and offers a number of benefits. Users can continue to use their current readout cables or software without modification, eliminating the need for reprogramming procedures.
The AirFlow P, a new sensor from ENVEA that can measure volume flow even in applications with a lot of dust, is introduced. The AirFlow P always delivers accurate measured values, even when it is used under challenging circumstances, such as those described above. This is true regardless of whether the sensor is used in an environment with low dust loads or in harsh conditions. g. high levels of dust.
The AirFlow P is equipped with two antennas that stick out into the air duct, which allows it to measure speed with extreme precision. The AirFlow P system delivers a signal at the analogue output cubic metres per hour if the duct area is stored on the evaluation unit (v x A).
The new SBZ224 flow sensor from ifm electronic is perfect for keeping track of and logging the performance of high-pressure cleaning systems because it was specifically created for accurate measurement of liquid flow rates in high-pressure applications, even when the flow rate is fluctuating quickly.
Innovative SBZ224 sensors from ifm can be used at pressures as high as 200 bar and have a flow rate measuring range of 1 to 50 litres per minute. The sensors have a response time of just 100 ms due to their mechatronic flow measuring principle, which not only enables them to deliver accurate results in spray systems but also ensures that measurement accuracy is unaffected by air bubbles and turbulence.
The second generation of SONOTEC’s SONOFLOW CO.56 Pro aims to establish a new benchmark on the market for non-invasive ultrasonic sensors for medical applications by enhancing the measurement channel design and the multi-level safety concept that has been implemented.
The SONOFLOW CO.56 Pro V2.0 for medical applications measures liquid flow rates, including blood flow, and accurately finds air bubbles in common medical tubing.
The hybrid clamp-on sensor was specifically designed for extracorporeal life support systems (ECLS) and underwent a redesign with the goal of enhancing safety while enhancing accuracy and reliability. Regardless of the patient’s condition, the advanced safety concept includes applications for operating rooms, intensive care units, and mobile emergency care.
As part of a low-cost and comprehensive digital flow sensing solution for use in high-volume consumer and industrial markets, Flusso has introduced the smallest flow sensor in the world. With a footprint of only 3.5 x 3.5 mm, the new FLS110 flow sensor can be integrated into any product and placed where measurements are crucial.
To make it simple for product manufacturers to introduce flow measurement into virtually any product or system for the first time, it is being launched with a full package of design and application engineering support. For automated product assembly, FLS110 is integrated into a 6-pin DFN package, is reflow solderable, and is delivered on tape and reel.
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