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M-50 Series Fixed Set Point Flow Switches

The M-50 Series low flow, flow switches monitor increasing and decreasing flow. They utilize a single moving part which responds to fluid (liquid or gas) flowing within a system. These switches are suitable for a wide range of applications in industrial, biomedical, and OEM products. The flow monitors operate only when fluid is positively established.
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The M-50 Series low flow, flow switches monitor increasing and decreasing flow. They utilize a single moving part which responds to fluid (liquid or gas) flowing within a system. These switches are suitable for a wide range of applications in industrial, biomedical, and OEM products. The flow monitors operate only when fluid is positively established.

Features

• Well suited for corrosive and non-corrosive gases or liquids
• UL recognized for hazardous locations
• Cenelec certified for intrinsic safety and encapsulation
• Community Europe compliant
• Universal mounting available

The M-50 Series low flow, flow switches monitor increasing and decreasing flow. They utilize a single moving part which responds to fluid (liquid or gas) flowing within a system. These switches are suitable for a wide range of applications in industrial, biomedical, and OEM products. The flow monitors operate only when fluid is positively established.

Features

• Well suited for corrosive and non-corrosive gases or liquids
• UL recognized for hazardous locations
• Cenelec certified for intrinsic safety and encapsulation
• Community Europe compliant
• Universal mounting available

   
Set Point Accuracy ±10% maximum  
Repeatability ±2%  
Hysteresis 15%  
Body Material & Port Size
316 SS 1/8", 1/4" FNPT  
Polypropylene 1/8" FNPT  
Aluminum 1/8" FNPT  
Brass 1/8" FNPT  
Acrylic 1/8" FNPT  
Acetron -  
Flow Ranges
Air 50 – 5000 sccm  
Water 1 – 170 mL/min  

For additional specification details, please refer to the product data sheet located in the documentation tab of this web page. 

  • Gas chromatographs
  • Hazardous fluid systems
  • Sewage systems
  • Leak detection
  • Sample lines