The EE741 in-line flow meter can be flexibly adapted for any measuring task. With just a single transmitter and three different gauge mounting blocks, the consumption of compressed air and technical gases can be determined in pipe diameters DN15, DN20 and DN25.
The thermal measuring principle and the well proven E+E hot film sensor element lead to best long-term stability and fast response time.
Outstanding measuring accuracy, even in the lower measuring range is achieved by an application-specific multi-point factory adjustment performed at 7 bar (102 psi). This allows reliable leak detection and corresponding energy savings. The construction of the EE741 flow meter is optimised for easy installation and maintenance.
With the DN15, DN20 and DN25 gauge mounting blocks, one and the same transmitter unit can be employed for all three pipe diameters. The input of the pipe diameter into the transmitter can be easily performed via display menu or with the EE-PCS product configuration software.
Once the gauge mounting block is installed in the pipeline, the transmitter can be installed and removed without any pipework. As a result, the EE741 flow meter is also ideal for temporary measurements or even mobile use. The sealing plug included in the scope of supply enable the normal operation of the compressed air system when the transmitter is removed.
The state-of-the-art LCD shows the current measured values and the overall consumption. The user specific device setup can be easily performed with the push buttons and intuitive menu guidance. The display can be rotated in 90° increments with a push button for convenient orientation in any mounting position of the flow meter.
- Modular design
- Removal without dissasembling the pipework
- Application-specific adjustment under pressure
- Exceptional price/performance ratio
- Analogue, pluse and switching output
- Modbus RTU and M-Bus
- Integrated consumption meter
- Compressed air consumption measurement
- Flow measurement of technical gases (O2, N2, Ar, CO2, He)
- Nitrogen generators
- Leak detection