Microflow Switch Detects Ultralow Liquid Flow Rates and Bubbles

November 10, 2011

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Microflow Switch Detects Ultralow Liquid Flow Rates and Bubbles

Sensirion Bubble DetectorA microflow switch detects ultralow liquid flow rates and bubbles. Based on a digital MEMS chip, the LG01 sensor makes fluid systems more reliable by detecting liquid flows within a range of a few milliliters per minute and less. Featuring a response time below 10 ms for such measurements, the sensor’s output signal of either 0 or 5 V indicates whether the current flow rate is above or below the specified flow-switch level. Maximum flow rates are accepted up to 220 ml/min. The sensor’s ability to perform noninvasive measurements through the wall of the straight, internal glass capillary and its PEEK fluid connectors ensure chemical resistance and biocompatibility.

Sensirion
Staefa, Switzerland, +41 44306 4000

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