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Flow sensor CMF

CMF is a multi-jet flow sensor with high-resolution, interference-free and reactionless electronic scanning.

The flow sensor CMF fullfills all the requirements of the European MID. The flow sensor is available in sizes qp 0,6m³/h, 1,5m³/h or 2,5m³/h.

For trouble-free operation for at least 5 years (+1 years reserve), a built-in lithium battery is built-in.
Theflow sensor CMF is maintenance-free for its entire service life. The flow sensor is designed to be connected to a separately EC-labeled heat meter calculator, optionally for installation in the flow or return of a heat exchanger circulation system.

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Multijet flow sensor CMF
Multijet flow sensor CMF

Information

Flow sensor CMF
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Features

  • Can be installed in flow or return
  • Vertical or horizontal mounting permitted
  • Temperature range 10°C – 90°C
  • Insensitive to magnetite thanks to electronic scanning
  • High precision also at low flow rates
  • Available in qp 0.6 / 1.5 / 2.5 m³/h

Product options

Housing Material
  • Brass
Specified Units on Display
  • Cubik Meters (m³)
Register
  • Dry Dial
Temperature
  • Heating circuit up to 90° C
Operating pressure (max.)
  • MAP 16
Measuring Principle
  • Multi-Jet Meters
Nominal Flow qp (Heat Meters)
  • qp = 0,6
  • qp = 1,5
  • qp = 2,5
Connection interface
  • Type IST (G2")
  • Type M60 (M60 x 1,5)
  • Type PCC (M60 x 2)
  • Type TE1 (M62 x 2)

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