Sick FFUS15-1N1SR
Ultrasonic sensor

Sick FFUS15-1N1SR
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FFUS15-1N1SR art. 6060235
Item Number: FFUS15-1N1SR
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Sick FFUS15-1N1SR

Datasheet:

  • Article number: 6060235
  • Measuring principle: Ultrasonic sensor
  • Media: Liquids
  • Nominal diameter of the measuring tube: DN 15
  • Operating temperature: 0 °C ... +80 °C
  • Operating pressure: ? 16 bar
  • Minimum flow: ? 0.9 l/min
  • Maximum flow: 0 l/min ... 36 l/min
  • Inlet line: 30 cm
  • Outlet line: 5 cm
  • Electrical conductivity: Without limitations
  • Accuracy of the measuring element: 2% of the final value
  • Reproducibility: ? 0.5%
  • Resolution: 0.006 l/min
  • Supply voltage: 18 V DC ... 30 V DC
  • Residual ripple: ? 5 Vss
  • Current consumption: ? 180 mA
  • Initialization time: ? 5 s
  • Protection class: III
  • Connection type: Circular connector M12 x 1, 8-pin
  • Output signal : Analog output 4–20 mA, 0–20 mA for current flow and temperature, 2 pulse/status outputs, transistor output for material counting, protective tube monitoring, flow limit value, 1 digital input for dosing, flow counter reset,
  • Output current: < 100 mA
  • Output load: < 500 Ohm
  • Lower signal level: 3.8 mA ... 4 mA
  • Upper signal level: 20 mA ... 20.5 mA
  • Pulse output / Frequency output: 0–10 kHz
  • Pulse duration: ? 1 s
  • Signal voltage HIGH: Uv - 2 V
  • Signal voltage LOW: ? 2 V
  • Inductive load: 1 H
  • Capacitive load: 100 nF
  • Rating: No filtering - 100 ms, weak filtering - 300 ms, medium filtering - 1 s, strong filtering - 4.2 s
  • Technical connections: ѕ" NPT
  • Materials in contact with the medium: PPSU, EPDM
  • Housing material: PPSU
  • Protection type: IP67
  • Weight: 350 g
  • Temperature range during operation: 0 °C ... +60 °C
  • Temperature range during storage: –20 °C ... +70 °C
  • Category: Flow sensors
  • Series: FFU
  • Measuring principle: ultrasonic sensor

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