GEMS SENSORS  155421  FLOW SENSOR, 0.1-5GPM, 6.9BAR, 6.35MM


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  • Manufacturer:
  • Newark Part No.: 92C8701
  • Manufacturer Part No 155421

Product Overview

The 155421 is a RotorFlow® RFO-type Flow Rate Monitoring Sensor, popularized the RotorFlow's paddlewheel design by combining high visibility rotors with solid-state electronics that are packaged into compact, panel mounting housings. It provides accurate flow rate output with integral visual confirmation. RFO type features a VDC pulsed output.
  • Polypropylene body
  • Easy installation and maintenance
  • -29 to 82°C Operating temperature


Industrial; Metering; Maintenance & Repair; HVAC

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Product Information

  • Pressure Max 6.9bar
  • Supply Voltage DC Min 4.5V
  • Supply Voltage DC Max 24V
  • Accuracy % 7%
  • Flow Rate Min 0.1GPM (US)
  • Flow Rate Max 5GPM (US)
  • Port Size 6.35mm
  • Product Range RFO Series
  • Supply Voltage Max 24 VDC
  • Port Style NPT
  • Connection Size 1/4 "
  • Flow Measuring Range 0.1GPM to 5GPM
  • SVHC To Be Advised
  • Supply Voltage Min 4.5 VDC

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Availability:  18

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    More stock available week commencing 5/23/16

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Legislation and Environmental

  • RoHS Compliant: No
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