T-Easic® FTS from SICK – Clever Dry-Run Protection in Pumps

DCS T Easic FTS from SICK Clever Dry Run Protection in Pumps 1 400

May 24, 2022

 

The T-Easic® FTS thermal flow sensor measures flow and temperature of liquids in accordance with the calorimetric principle. Available as an industrial variant with VISTAL® housing and display or as a hygienic stainless-steel variant, the T-Easic® FTS is suitable for a wide range of applications.

Depending on the requirements, the sensor features two digital outputs for limit value monitoring, a pulse output for volume recording or an analog output for continuous recording of measured values. A special feature is integrated empty pipe detection for optimal dry-run protection in pumps. Parameterization can be done via IO-Link or the display. Media taught-in at the factory such as oil and water accelerate commissioning; other liquids can be calibrated quickly and easily.

At a Glance
  • •Flow monitoring and temperature measurement in one sensor
  • •Optimized for water and oil; teach-in option of other liquids
  • •IP 67/IP 69 enclosure rating and IO-Link 1.1
  • •Industrial design in VISTAL® housing with 180°-rotatable OLED display
  • •Stainless steel hygienic variant, completely CIP-/SIP-capable, process temperatures up to 150 °C

Your Benefits

  • •One sensor, two measurements – reduces costs and hygiene risk thanks to a unique installation point 
  • •Optimal pump protection thanks integrated empty pipe detection 
  • •Automated measurement data acquisition via analog output or IO-Link 
  • •Volume recording thanks to configurable pulse output
  • •Cost savings thanks to speedy installation via mounting adapter and T-connectors
  • •Time savings due to easy commissioning without calibration for taught-in media
  • •User-friendly industrial version with intuitive menu guidance and display for fast commissioning
  • •Reduced storage needs thanks to flexible adjustment to the pipe diameter
  • •Low downtimes thanks to low-maintenance system

Fields of Applications

  • •Flow monitoring in cooling lubricant circuits and cleaning machines
  • •Flow and temperature detection in the food industry and in CIP cleaning systems
  • •Pump protection and monitoring
  • •Contamination monitoring of filters
  • •Performance measurement of rinsing and spraying processes

 

DCS T Easic FTS from SICK Clever Dry Run Protection in Pumps 2 400

 

 

 

 

To learn more about the T-Easic® FTS thermal flow sensor from SICK, download the Product Sheet by clicking here, or visit the Product Page by clicking here 

 

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