Sonotec SONOFLOW CO.55/035 Non-Invasive Ultrasonic Flow Rate Sensor; Tube OD 4.0 mm Stainless Display

Non-Invasive Ultrasonic Flow Rate Sensor; Tube OD 4.0 mm
Sonotec SONOFLOW CO.55/035 Stainless Display.

The Stainless Display version offers a digital flow rate display for visual flow confirmation, manual flow rate adjustments, etc. This can be helpful for monitoring applications where the sensor is not connected to PLC. This sensor utilizes a stainless steel housing.

The 035 series sensor is designed for tube size:

Outer Diameter (OD): ~4.0 - 4.2 mm (5/32").
Suggested Inner Diameter (ID): 0.8 - 3.0 mm

Tube #: LS13

Measuring method: Ultrasound, two sections of measurements, dry coupling, no couplant required

Calibration: Sensors can be pre-calibrated by A&P Calibrations with NIST traceable certifiability. Calibration can be accomplished by the end user as well.

Current output for flow rate: 4 - 20 mA
Frequency output for flow rate: 0 - 20 kHz, 5 V digital
RS485 interface: bus-capable
Switching output: configurable as PNP / NPN / Push-Pull, 0 … 30 V

Mounting: Fixed installation: 4 fixing holes M4, 8 mm deep

Media: Acoustically transparent liquids

Sensor materials: Measuring channel: PMMA black

Housing: Stainless steel, plastics

Operating voltage: 12 ... 30 VDC, maximum ripple 10 %, protection against reverse-polarity

Current consumption: Maximum 30 mA (with open current, frequency and switching output)

Electrical connection: 8-pin M12 Connector, DIN EN 61076-2-101:2012

Shielding: Required: via cable / housing (mounting screws)

Sonoflow 035 flow rate meters are available in ALUMINUM, STAINLESS, or STAINLESS with integrated DISPLAY.

Sensor Model: 
Stainless Display
Sensor Series Family: 
Sonotec SONOFLOW CO.55/035
Applicable Industries: 
Food and Beverage

Ultrasonic Transit Time Method

With the drive to utilize more efficient processes and the need for contamination-free measure- ments, the demand for non-invasive measuring technologies is increasingly high. For this reason, SONOTEC® provides this information to guide through some basic facts about how non-invasive ultrasonic flow sensors actually work and what their operational advantages compared to invasive and intrusive measuring methods are.