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HMP-E Flow Sensors

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SENSORS FOR FOOD AND BIOPHARMA. Product Information HM-E, HMP-E Turbine flowmeter HM-E / HMP-E Application/Specified usage ·· Measurement of flow and volume of pure, low viscous media in food and pharmaceutical applications. ·· Designed for hygienic applications in food-, beverage- and pharmaceutical industries. Application Examples ·· Process water, demineralized water, aqueous media such as filtered fruit juice or beer, alcohols, light oils, saline solutions, cleaning agents, and acids. Hygienic design/Process connection ·· Hygienic design, confirmed by 3-A certification ·· 2-part housing ensures simple cleaning and maintenance ·· High media resistance due to stainless steel 316L and Rulon™ bearings ·· Nominal widths according to ASME BPE and DIN 11850 Series 2 ·· Universal clamp connection. Features ·· High quality and hygienic alternative to industrial, non-hygienic turbine, paddle wheel or variable area flowmeters ·· Economical alternative to mass flowmeters in non-conductive, low-viscosity media ·· Cost-effective and compact alternative to magnetic-inductive flowmeters in applications that require a small probe Options/Accessories ·· 3-wire signal probe with M12 connection ·· Pre-fabricated cable for M12 connector ·· Analog output via universal universal transmitter “NCI-45” Measuring Principle ·· The signal probe (1) generates an electromagnetic field (3) in an oscillating circuit (2). ·· This electromagnetic field penetrates the stainless steel walls of the housing and induces an induction current (eddy current) in the turning rotor blades. ·· This induction current, in turn, generates an electromagnetic field that counteracts the magnetic field generated by the oscillating circuit and thus causes a change in the oscillating circuit voltage. ·· The integrated amplifier (4) processes these voltage changes into a pulse signal with a frequency that is directly proportional to the rotational speed of the turbine. Non-contact pulse measu

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Short Overview Two-part housing makes the device easy to clean andmaintain Hygienic stainless steel design ·· Springs and fasteners for internal parts are unnecessary in the 2-part housing. This improves cleanability and results in a simpler design that lowers the risk of product contamination. ·· 3-A certification ·· Compact size enables the use in diverse applications in tight spaces ·· Massive turbine housing of stainless steel – insensitive to thermal influences Tri-Clamp process connection ·· Universal Tri-Clamp connection for tubes as per DIN 11850 Series 2 or ASME BPE ·· Nominal...

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Technical data HM-E / HMP-E Technical data HTE Signal probe HTE000 Process Environment Measuring principle Mechanical connection Supply voltage Electrical connection Signal cable Signal Max. 120 °C (248 °F, higher temperatures on request) -40...+85 °C (-40...185 °F) Eddy current 5/8"-18 (UNF-20) 8...24 V DC; 0.8 watt max. M12 3-core, shielded, max. 150 m PNP pulse output, unscaled Duty cycle (low/high): 60:40 Frequency range Output unit Vmin °.5 V 0...1000 Hz, depends on flow rate and nominal width Pulses per volume Conventional Usage ■ Not suitable for use in explosive atmospheres. ■ Not...

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Pressure loss Technical data | Mechanical installation Dimensional drawing HM-E / HMP-E Installation sizes Installation sizes Mechanical installation (installation notes) ■ Adhere to the operating conditions for the measuring media specified in the "Technical data" section. ■ Avoid installation locations that may be subject to strong vibrations. ■ Ensure that the arrow on the turbine housing points in the direction of flow. ■ Select an installation location at which the turbine is fully filled with liquid. ■ Install the turbine in a vertical or horizontal tube section and avoid...

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Mechanical installation | Electrical connection | Calibration Mechanical connection/installation notes ■ Screw the signal probe all the way into the tapped hole of the turbine without applying force ■ Tighten the lock nutM12 connector assignment of HTE signal probe M12 connector assignment 1: + Auxiliary voltage 2: Not assigned 3: - Auxiliary voltage 4: Pulse output ~ Auxiliary voltage MINUS 0,7 V Output:    square Auxiliary voltage:    8...24 V DC, 0.8 watt max. Duty cycle (low/high):    60:40 Calibration 248,7952P/L FLOW DIRECTION ■ Because of production-related tolerances, the volume of...

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Transport / Storage ·· No outdoor storage ·· Dry and dust free ·· Not exposed to corrosive media ·· Protected against solar radiation ·· Avoiding mechanical shock and vibration ·· Storage temperature -55 °C...+90 °C ·· Relative humidity max. 98 % ·· Sensors shall be clean and must not be contaminated with dangerous media! ·· Use suitable transport packaging only to avoid damage of the equipment! Cleaning / Maintenance ·· In case of using pressure washers, dont‘t point nozzle directly to electrical connections! ·· The device agrees to following standards: EMC directive 2014/30/EC. ·· The...

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1: Turbine housing 2: Gasket 3: Flow straightener (outlet) 4: Rotor 5: Flow straightener (inlet) 6: Clamping ring 7: Straightener housing 8: Signal probe with lock nut Universal switch converter NCI-45 ·· Conversion of analog, pulse and temperature signals, configurable for flow rate measurement and volume counting. Features ·· Freely-programmable by means of BlueControl™ software ·· High functionality: difference or sum counting, MIN/MA X, limit value, ·· linearization, sample&hold, ... ·· 2-line LC display with intuitive 3-button operation ·· Universal output for current and voltage ··...

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