Low Flow Paddle Wheel Sensor - Type 8031

Type 8031 with paddle wheel and Hall sensor.

Cost attractive solution for low-flow rates and solid-free liquids

Low Flow Paddle Wheel Sensor - Type 8031
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The compact low flow paddle wheel sensor Type 8031 with paddle-wheel and Hall sensor is specially designed for use in aggressive and solid-free liquids.

The particular cost attractive measuring principle is based on a local flow velocity measurement. The sensor produces a flow proportional frequency signal which can easily be transmitted and processed.

We recommend here particularly the connection to the Bürkert Universal transmitter Type 8025 (see separate data sheet).

  • Cost attractive solution for low-flow rates and solid-free liquids.
  • Wetted parts made of ECTFE, sapphire, coated stainless steel, FKM or EPDM for use in aggressive liquids.
  • 3-wire system with paddle-wheel and Hall sensor up to 80 °C, 6 bar.
  • Frequency output proportional to the flow rate, PLC-compatible.
Flow Flow Flow Meter

Insertion Flowmeter Specifications

SpecValue
Wetted parts
SealFKM, EPDM or FFKM
Sensor housingPOM or ECTFE
AxisCoated stainless steel or sapphire
BearingsPOM or Rubin
Paddle wheelPOM or ECTFE
MagnetsECTFE encapsulated blank
DimensionsDetailed information can be found in chapter “4. Dimensions” on page 4
Measuring principlePaddle wheel
K-factor
  • 10200 pulse/litre (range 10…100 l/h)
  • 3400 pulse/litre (range 20…250 l/h)

Detailed information can be found in chapter “5.2. Flow characteristic” on page 6

Flowmeter Performance data
Measuring range
  • 10…100 l/h (2.6…27 gph)
  • 20…250 l/h (5.3…66 gph)
Measurement deviation± 2 % of full scale
Repeatability± 0.8 % of full scale
Pressure lossDetailed information can be found in chapter “5.1. Pressure loss diagram” on page 6.
Electrical Data
Operating voltage (V+)5…24 V DC
Current consumptionMax. 11 mA at 24 V DC
Outputs
  • Push-pull (complementary output) between V+ (white wire) and signal (green wire) or between GND (brown wire) and signal (green wire).
  • Frequency: 0…300 Hz

Full details can be found in the 8031 Data Sheet

The compact low flow paddle wheel sensor Type 8031 with paddle-wheel and Hall sensor is specially designed for use in aggressive and solid-free liquids.

The particular cost attractive measuring principle is based on a local flow velocity measurement. The sensor produces a flow proportional frequency signal which can easily be transmitted and processed.

We recommend here particularly the connection to the Bürkert Universal transmitter Type 8025 (see separate data sheet).

  • Cost attractive solution for low-flow rates and solid-free liquids.
  • Wetted parts made of ECTFE, sapphire, coated stainless steel, FKM or EPDM for use in aggressive liquids.
  • 3-wire system with paddle-wheel and Hall sensor up to 80 °C, 6 bar.
  • Frequency output proportional to the flow rate, PLC-compatible.
Flow Flow Flow Meter

Insertion Flowmeter Specifications

SpecValue
Wetted parts
SealFKM, EPDM or FFKM
Sensor housingPOM or ECTFE
AxisCoated stainless steel or sapphire
BearingsPOM or Rubin
Paddle wheelPOM or ECTFE
MagnetsECTFE encapsulated blank
DimensionsDetailed information can be found in chapter “4. Dimensions” on page 4
Measuring principlePaddle wheel
K-factor
  • 10200 pulse/litre (range 10…100 l/h)
  • 3400 pulse/litre (range 20…250 l/h)

Detailed information can be found in chapter “5.2. Flow characteristic” on page 6

Flowmeter Performance data
Measuring range
  • 10…100 l/h (2.6…27 gph)
  • 20…250 l/h (5.3…66 gph)
Measurement deviation± 2 % of full scale
Repeatability± 0.8 % of full scale
Pressure lossDetailed information can be found in chapter “5.1. Pressure loss diagram” on page 6.
Electrical Data
Operating voltage (V+)5…24 V DC
Current consumptionMax. 11 mA at 24 V DC
Outputs
  • Push-pull (complementary output) between V+ (white wire) and signal (green wire) or between GND (brown wire) and signal (green wire).
  • Frequency: 0…300 Hz

Full details can be found in the 8031 Data Sheet