Signet 2537 Paddlewheel Flow Sensor

This sensor is an improvement on what’s already an industry standard. It has the added functionality of various output options including flow switch, multi-functional pulse, digital (S3L) or 4 to 20 mA. Additionally, it offers low flow, low power and high resolution and can be configured onsite directly through the built-in user interface.

Signet 2537 Paddlewheel Flow Sensor
2537 Paddlewheel Flow Sensor

Installation is simple because the Signet 2537 utilizes the same fittings as the popular Signet 515 and 2536 Paddlewheel Sensors and fits into pipe sizes ranging from DN15 to DN200 (½ to 8 in.). Available in Polypropylene and PVDF, it is ideal for a variety of applications including chemical processing, water and wastewater monitoring and scrubber control.

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Features

Features

  • Digital (S3L) or 4 to 20 mA outputs or (Multi-function)
  • Allows for up to six sensors to Signet 8900 Multi-Parameter Controller
  • Low fl ow capabilities down to 0.1 m/s (0.3 ft/s)
  • Polypropylene or PVDF sensor bodies
  • Polypropylene and PVDF retaining nuts standard, Valox optional
  • Installs into pipe sizes DN15 to DN200 (½ to 8 in.)
  • Test certificate included for -X0, -X1
  • Low power and high resolution

Applications

  • Process Flow Monitoring
  • Pump Protection
  • Pure Water Production
  • Filtration Systems
  • Chemical Production
  • Reverse Osmosis
  • Demineralization/Regeneration
  • Fume Scrubbers
  • Cooling Towers
  • Proportional Metering Pump

Specification

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