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- Measure the approximate flow of water in liters per hour
- Output a simple square wave pulse signal
- Provide an example sketch for Arduino
The Water Flow Sensor can be used to measure the approximate flow of water in water heaters, water vending machines, and more. Upon water flowing through the sensor, it will output a number of pulses. The pulse signal is a square wave, allowing you to easily calculate the water flow in liters per hour by counting the pulses. Each pulse is approximately 3.33 milliliters. Additionally, a lead of 30 cm is included.
Working Pressure: Less than 1.75 MPa
Working Temperature: -25 to 80 Degrees Celsius
External Thread: G3/4 (3/4 Inch)
Output Connector: 2.54 MM-3P
Output Leads: Yellow (Data), Red (VCC), Black (GND)
Measurement Flow Range: 1 to 30 L/min
Working Voltage: 4.7 to 15 V DC
Working Current: Equal to 10 mA (DC 5 V)
Working Humidity: 35% to 90% RH (No Frost)