NUFLO MC-II Totalizer
The NUFLO MC-II portable flow totalizer provides separate, continuous digital displays of flow rate and accumulated flow based on input from a turbine flow meter. The low current consumption of its liquid crystal displays and CMOS microprocessor-based circuitry enable years of dependable performance from a single lithium battery.
The typical battery life for the MC-II Flow Totalizer is three to five years. Totalizer readings can be made in any desired volumetric units, and flow rates can be measured in units per second, minute, hour, or day. Rate and total are quickly and easily calibrated using the keypad on the front of the MC-II portable flow totalizer. The instrument is suitable for outdoor installation and requires no additional protection from the weather. The unit may be mounted directly on the turbine meter or attached remotely.
- Size: 7.3" W x 8.3" H x 3.4" D
- Weight: 6 lb including shipping container
- Power Supply: One 3.6 V lithium battery
- Current Consumption: 200 microamps typical
- Temperature Range: -40° F to 140° F (-40° C to 60° C)
- Totalizer and Flow Rate Display: Six digits
- Divisor or Calibration Factor Range: 0.001 to 999,999
- Standard Units: bbl and bpd (other units available)
- Accuracy: +/- 1 count (totalizer)
- Input Frequency: 0 to 3500 Hz
- Input Amplitude: 30 to 3000 mV peak-to-peak
All conections are stainless steel as a standard.
Span and zero adjustment knobs are on the exterior of the unit.
A secondary diaphragm ensures that a leak in the primary diaphragm will not result in a leak to the unit interior.
A leak indicator between the primary and secondary diaphragms lets the operator know if the primary seal is compromised.
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NUFLO Turbine Flow Meters
NUFLO turbine flow meters indicate flow rate and measure the total throughput of a liquid line. As liquid flows through the meter and over the rotor, the rotor turns at a speed that is directly proportional to the flow rate. A magnetic pickup senses the rotor blades as they pass and generates an electrical signal. These electrical pulses are then transmitted to the flow measurement readout equipment.