Electronic Flow Rate Transmitter with HSI-Sensor Recognition

EVS 3100-H EVS 3110-H

The Hydac flow rate transmitters in the series EVS 3100-H and EVS 3110-H with HSI sensor recognition have been specially developed for use in conjunction with Hydac measuring instruments HMG 500, HMG 510, HMG 3000 and CMU 1000 and are available through Hytec Fluid Technology (HFT), a Bosch Rexroth Africa Group Company.

As with all flow rate transmitters in the series EVS 3100 and EVS 3110, the EVS 31x0-H also operates according to the turbine principle in which the speed of an impeller turning in the fluid flow is measured and converted into an electronic signal.

For data transmission, the EVS 31x0-H has an HSI interface (Hydac Sensor Interface). The HSI sensors are recognised automatically via the HSI interface by the above-mentioned Hydac measuring instruments, and all the necessary basic settings are taken from each instrument.

  • Fully automatic recognition by, and voltage supply from, Hydac measuring instruments HMG 500, HMG 510, HMG 3000 or CMU 1000
  • Automatic transfer of measuring range, measured value and measurement unit
  • Viscosities of 1 .. 100 cSt
  • Additional connection of temperature and / or pressure transmitters possible

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