flow transducer

flow transducer

a measuring device that calculates volume by dividing flow by time.
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Fuel metering is done with a fuel flow transducer installed in line and prior to the fuel distributor or carburetor.
Inspection revealed inlet elbow fittings (p/n 631658 and 628437) had been reversed, probably 12 years earlier when installing an electronic fuel flow transducer.
Experimental facility, shown in figures 1, 2 contains: a pneumatic muscle MAS-10-N-100-AA-MCFK; a force transducer RDP LOAD CELL MCL/1kN; a flow transducer SFE3-F500-W18-L-2PB-K and a pressure transducer SDE-1D10 (manufactured by FESTO Co.
In downstream testing, the mass flow transducer is not exposed to the test part pressure and provides a very accurate measurement that is independent of test pressure.
The TWI-FF and TWN-FF are designed as an interface between a Trimec DP490 Flow Transducer and a PLC.
Accuracy and linearity improve when the Lone Wolf is used with a pressure or flow transducer.
Its System Equity family of water meters utilizes a flow transducer, which is based upon the principle of "fluidic oscillation.
Electronics International boasts manufacturing their own flow transducer that, according to EI, enables the instruments to display fluctuation-free fuel flow with instantaneous response to changes in mixture.
the price is relative height: [approximately equal to] 7500 $ (FP--1000 modules, temperature transducers, flow transducer, the computer, the program LabVIEW, connecting cables, etc.
Post-crash examination revealed the B-nut fitting securing the fuel line to the fuel flow transducer was loose.
The new generation flow transducer is both a clinical and a value-added benefit to the user," said Reith.