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          Clamp-on Flow Sensor

          FD-Q series

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          Features

          Mounting and Integration

          The FD-Q can be mounted in 60 seconds without any pipe modification. The unit clamps on to the outside of a pipe with 6 standard screws and can even be done without shutting the machine down.

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          Liquids and Pipes

          The FD-Q series can detect virtually any type of liquid. This includes the flow of water (including deionized), oils, chemicals, consumer products, etc. This detection is possible through both metal and resin pipes.

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          Benefits of Clamp-on

          Contamination, pressure loss, leaks, continual maintenance and machine downtime are all risks associated with conventional flow sensors that are avoided with the FD-Q series.

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          Network with Optional Controller

          The MU-N allows for communication over an industrial network, like EtherNet/IP. This unit also provides a remote display and the ability to store sensor settings.

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            The FD-X Series flow sensors monitor low flow of any liquid by clamping directly on pipes or tubes up to 14mm.

          • FD-R series - Clamp-on Flow Meter

            The FD-R Series flow meters clamp-on to pipes up to 8" without pipe modifications, to perform precise monitoring or general sensing.

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            Stable detection with any kind of liquid such as water, oil, chemicals, and sticky liquids.

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