ELEMENT Type 8036 Flow Transmitter
Burkert Fluid Control Systems
Apr 18, 2011
ELEMENT Type 8036 Flow TransmitterThe ELEMENT Type 8036 Flow Transmitter is a compact device specifically designed to measure flow rate in solid-free liquids across a wide range of applications. The transmitter is made up of a sensor with paddle-wheel and an enclosure with cover, containing the electronic module and a removable display all attached to a compact INLINE fitting via quarter-turn. The transmitter can operate independently of the display which is required solely for programming the transmitter: set parameters, restore default parameters, program information to be displayed, access codes, adjustment of 4-20 mA output(s) and viewing the measured and processed data. Available for orifice sizes ¼” to 2 ½”, the Type 8036 can accommodate a temperature range of 5 up to 212°F, maximum pressure of 232PSI (with metal fitting) and offers a 0.5% full scale accuracy rating.
Available configurations include: 2 programmable outputs: one transistor output (NPN) and one 4-20 mA current output (2-wire); 3 programmable outputs: two transistor outputs (NPN/PNP) and one 4-20 mA current output (2-wire); 4 programmable outputs: two transistor outputs (NPN/PNP) and two 4-20 mA current outputs (3-wire). The Type 8036 Flow Transmitter converts the measured signal, displays different values in different units (if display mounted) and computes the output signals, which are provided via one or two M12 fixed connectors. Using 1 or 2 transistor outputs, the transmitter can be used to switch a solenoid valve, activate an alarm and establish one or two control loops.
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