Water flow sensor consists of a plastic valve body, a water rotor, and a hall-effect sensor. When water flows through the rotor, rotor rolls. Its speed changes with different rate of flow. The hall-effect sensor outputs the corresponding pulse signal. This one is suitable to detect flow in water dispenser or coffee machine. ¬† Features Compact, Easy to Install High Sealing Performance High Quality Hall Effect Sensor RoHS Compliant ¬† Specifications Mini. Wokring Voltage: DC 4.5V Max. Working Current: 15mA (DC 5V) Working Voltage: DC 5V~24V Flow Rate Range: 1~60L/min Load Capacity: ?10mA (DC 5V) Operating Temperature: ?80? Liquid Temperature: ?120? Operating Humidity: 35%?90%RH Water Pressure: ?1.75MPa Storage Temperature: -25?+ 80? Storage Humidity: 25%?95%RH ¬† Documents Wiki Page Mechanic Dimensions¬† British Standard Pipe (BSP) Water Flow rate display on LCD How Magnetic Reed Liquid Level Sensors Work Reading Water Flow rate with Water Flow Sensor
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