FT420-SERIES Rate/Total Indicator - Flow Meter Indonesia - Flow meter air, flowmeter solar, gas, Ultrasonic, Vortex, Electromagnetic


FT420-SERIES Rate/Total Indicator

The FT400-Series flow computers are micro controller-based indicator/transmitters that display flow rate and total and provide output signals. The FT415 is battery-powered and provides a scalable pulse output. The FT420 is powered by external DC voltage and has both pulse and 4-20 mA analog outputs. When the FT420 is being used in the 4-20 mA mode, it is a “two-wire” or “loop-powered” device, meaning that the 4-20 mA output signal doubles as its power supply.

The addition of a dual-relay output board (FT420 only) allows for certain applications requiring contact output isolation (e.g., certain metering pumps and water treatment controls). Dual solid state relays provide exactly the same pulse output as the standard unit, and each can signal one external device. A non resettable total is also available. The FT420 can be ordered in a plastic enclosure with a 115 Vac power supply for use with mechanical meters, or with a built-in 115 Vac/12-24 Vdc dual 
power supply for magmeters.

Both the FT415 and the FT420 can be factory-mounted on the meter or remotely wall mounted with the brackets provided. The FT420 is also available as a panel mount with an open back for easy installation in the user’s own electrical enclosure. Most FT400’s can be converted from wall-to-meter or meter-to-wall
mount configurations after installation if needed.

Housings for the wall and meter-mounted models are rugged
cast aluminum, potted and gasketed for maximum environmental protection. A membrane keypad allows settings to be changed without removing the cover. (Password protection, a standard feature on the FT420, can be used to prevent settings from being changed.)

• Simple Setup
•  Loop Powered (FT420)
• Non-volatile Memory
• Rugged Metallic Housing
• Remote or Flow Sensor Mounted Indicator

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