Indicates Both Rate
3% Reading Accuracy
than actual size.
Reads GPM or LPM
FTB690 Series turbine meterswith microprocessor-basedelectronics offers a durable,compact, high-precision fluidmeasurement device, with total andrate indication. Information is clearlydisplayed on a large 6-digit liquid
floating decimal for totals from0.01 to 999,999. All operations areeasily performed with only 2 buttons.
The basic unit and display arepowered by 2 lithium batteries,
Two 3V lithium
batteries (included)Battery Life:
Rotor and Supports:
A single-point field calibrationcurve can be stored in memory.
To Order (Specify M odel N um ber)
replacement lithium battery for thedisplay electronics. Batteries
1" Sch. 40 socket turbine 5 to 50 (19 to 190)
Extended Low Flow Range Accuracy:
±5.0% rdg (display models only)
11⁄2" Sch. 40 socket turbine 10 to 100 (38 to 380) 1.4 (0.63)
150 psig (10.3 bar)
2" Sch. 40 NPT turbine 10 to 100 (38 to 380) 1.4 (0.63)
0 to 60°C (32 to 140°F)
2" Sch. 40 socket turbine 20 to 200 (76 to 760) 1.68 (0.76)
-40 to 70°C (-40 to158°F)
Rated accuracy for fluids
with viscosity of water (1 centistoke);meters with display can be used for
Com es com plete with two 3V lithium batteries and operator’s m anual.
For units with pulse output module in place of display add suffix“-P ”
to m odel num ber,
Pulse Output (Option):
O rd erin g E xam ples: FT B 692-N P T,
3⁄4 NPT mount turbine, 2 to 20 GPM, $.
1" socket mount turbine, 5 to 50 GPM , $.
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