Automated Control Engineering Group (A.C.E.) and weber Sensors launched their innovative ultra-small vent-captor for use in Australian medical sectors. The advanced tiny type 3505 / 3022.30 vent-captor is deployed as a remote air flow meter in industries and is suitable for 10mm to 15 mm diameter pipes. The flow calibration depends on the principle of calorimetry. The unique device is robust and entirely shielded by resin and thus ensures vibration and shock protection.
The specific device is thermally controlled, condensed and requires no extra parts for its operation. It offers a linear power output ranging from 4 mA to 20 mA and features a LED screen for displaying the readings. These devices are ISO 9000: 2001 authorized for carrying out its production process.
Weber Sensors’ type 3505 / 3022.30 tiny vent-captor can calculate and record the utilization of medical gases in the major input line and in the ETAK.
The rate of flow of air in the ETAK is nearly 50 m/s i.e. 400 ni/min within an inner 13 mm pipe diameter. For larger pipe volumes weber Sensors integrates inline vent-captor systems for measuring 0 m/s to 80 m/s, with reference to ambient pressure.
A.C.E. delivers process and automation control solutions to numerous food, mining, industrial, water and petrochemical markets.