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VN/VNS Series from Aichi are free of damage from foreign substances and equipped with two outputs

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Electromagnetic Flow Sensors
Electromagnetic Flow Sensors
Electromagnetic Flow Sensors
Electromagnetic Flow Sensors

VN/VNS Series are a family of compact electromagnetic flow sensor designed by Aichi Tokei Denki. They are suitable for use in machine, and ideal for built-in application of various machines and plant facilities of automobile, medical, architecture, agriculture, semiconductor and food related industries.

Flow sensors free of damage and equipped with two outputs

The measurement portion is pass-through structure without any moving part, therefore, pressure loss is very small. The original structure of flow pass does not require straight pipe section and achieved the space-saving installation. These flowsensors are equipped with two outputs, and they broaden the choice of output, such as flow rate, switch judgment and self-diagnosis. Furthermore, since they do not have moving parts, they are free of damage resulting from foreign substances.


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Posted on February 18, 2019 - (246 views)
Aichi Tokei Denki Co Ltd
1 Chome-2-70 Chitose. Atsuta-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi-ken 456-0054
456-8691 Nagoya - Japan
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