The paddlewheel flow meter has arotating impeller with embedded magnets. The rotor and blades of the paddlewheel flow meter are perpendicular to the flow. So when the magnets in the blade spin past the sensor,the paddlewheel meter would generate a frequency and voltage which will be proportional to the flow rate.
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How does a paddle wheel meter work?
The paddle wheel sensor consists of a freely rotating wheel or impeller with embedded magnets which is perpendicular to the flow and will rotate when inserted in the flowing medium. As the magnets in the blades spin past the sensor, the paddle wheel meter generates a frequency and voltage signal which is proportional to the flow rate.
How does a mechanical flow meter work?
The mechanical flow meter has a rotational device inside such as a paddle wheel or a propeller. Liquid flowing through a pipe causes the rotation of the internal paddle, which creates a flow rate that is proportional to the rotational speed of the internal paddle. The mechanical flow meter is easier for laymen to understand.
What are the different types of paddle wheel flow meters?
This is classified as a turbine flow meter. Paddle wheel flow meters are generally divided into two mechanical classes as described below: (1) Tangential-flow paddle wheel flow meters, with a water wheel structure. (2) Axis-flow paddle wheel flow meters, with a windmill structure.
Why choose blue-white paddlewheel flow meters?
Accurate flow rate measurements are critical to ensuring fluid control process run efficiently. Blue-White鈥檚 paddlewheel flow meters provide an accurate, safe, and economical method of measuring flow. How do Paddlewheel Flow Meters Work? Paddlewheel flowmeters use the mechanical energy of the fluid to rotate a paddlewheel in the flow stream.