Teledyne Hastings flow sensors offer fast response and high accuracyNovember 28, 2018 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Teledyne Hastings manufactures a wide range of world-class measurement devices that are available in Canada from Durham Instruments. This includes the 300 Vue series of digital gas thermal mass flow sensors for gas flow monitoring. These sensors offer accurate, quick, and convenient gas measurement and control, and each has a colour touchscreen display that enables local adjustments and monitoring of gas flow. Users can install and operate these sensors in mere seconds.
Powerful and intuitive menus
With its powerful and intuitive menus, the 300 Vue series can control gas flow in many ways. For the best in gas flow monitoring and control, Teledyne Hastings provides the most flexible custom flow instruments without the custom price or lead time.
Three main models of these sensors are available: the HFC-D-308A/B, a digital mass flow controller that offers fast valve response and flow control via digital technology; the HFC-D-306A/B, a digital flow meter with microprocessor-based circuitry that linearizes flow response; and the HFM-306, an analog flow meter with an accuracy of plus or minus two per cent of the full scale.
Other notable features include the following:
- Range of 0-5 sccm to 0-25 slm (N2 equivalent);
- Flow capacity from five sccm to 10,000 slm;
- Status LEDs;
- Large-diameter sensor tube with low dP;
- Low wetted surface area;
- Operating pressures of more than 500 pounds per square inch;
- NIST traceable calibration;
- Multi-gas calibrations;
- Sensor diagnostics;
- Analog and digital output;
- Fitting options from compression to surface mount; and
- Metal and elastomer seals available.
In addition to high accuracy and quick response in gas flow monitoring, the 300 Vue series benefits users with high linearity, fast controller settling time, and digital extended range. Teledyne Hastings has designed these sensors to suit numerous applications, such as leak testing, high-purity gas delivery, thin film deposition, gas blending, pharmaceuticals, fuel-cell research and development, environmental monitoring, and medical research. Durham Instruments also recommends these devices for use in sectors like general manufacturing, aerospace, automation, food processing, power generation, and alternative energy.
For more information, contact Durham Instruments.