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Hall Water Flow Sensor Flowmeter Water Control 2MPa (flow sensor)
Description:

This product is mainly used for water metering
High amplitude ≥ 4.6V
Low amplitude ≤ 0.5V
Electric strength 1250V/min
Insulation resistance ≥ 100MΩ
Hydrostatic pressure testing ≤ 2.0Mpa

Specification:

The lowest rated working voltage: DC4.5 5V-24V
Maximum operating current: 15 mA (DC 5V)
Working voltage range: DC 5~18 v
Load capacity: ≤ 10 mA (DC 5V)
Use temperature: ≤ 80°C
Operating humidity range: 35%~90%RH (no frost)
Allowing pressure: pressure 2.0Mpa
Temperature: -25~ 80 °C
External threads: 1/2"
Outer diameter: 20mm
Intake diameter: 9mm
Outlet diameter: 12mm

Application:

Water heaters, water vending machines, flow measurement

Package included:

1x Water flow sensor

Flow sensor Wiki
An instructable on how to use the Flow Sensor with Arduino
Adafruit experiment connecting the Flow Sensor to a Raspberry Pi

https://www.ardumotive.com/water-flow-sensor-en.html

RPi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JXd-2_zJQ0

R79.90  Inc VAT
DC 5V WCS1800 Hall Current Detection Sensor Module 35A Precise With Overcurrent Signal LED (WCS1800 Hall Current)
Description:

The WCS1800 Hall Current sensor has two functions

  • current detection
  • over current protection (can be preset from 0.5A to 35.0A)

Features:

Operating voltage: DC 5V
Current detection range: DC +-35A, AC 25A
Linearity: K=60mV/A
Limit current range: 0.5A to 35A(for on/off value output)
Over current signal indicator LED
Sampling current conversion analog voltage signal output and it can connect ADC; TTL level signal output and it can connect MCU IO port control
Board size 37mm x 31mm
Working temperature: 25 to 85C

Interface



VCC: power positive
DOUT: TLL high/low level signal output
GND: power negative
AOUT: sampling current signal conversion voltage output port

Analog voltage signal output (AOUT)

Relationship between detection current and analog signal output is shown below:

Analog signal output: V0=Vcc*0.5±la*K (la is actual current through current detection pin, and K is linearity)

Eg: Input current is 1A, Vcc=5V and WS1800 linearity is 60mV/A
  1. When the current flows in from positive direction: V0=Vcc*0.5+la*K, V0=(2.5+0.06)V=2.56V
  2. When the current flows in from negative direction: V0=Vcc*0.5-la*K, V0=(2.5-0.06)V=2.44V
  3. If it is an AC signal: V0=Vcc*0.5+la*K, V0=(2.5+0.06)V=2.56V

The above are ideal values. There might be some precision errors.

On/Off output(DOUT)

  1. Make sure the current flows in from the positive direction. Adjust to the desired current warning level.
  2. LED will be on when current is below the setting and DOUT will be low.
  3. When the detected current is higher than your setting, the LED will turn off and the DOUT pin will go high.

Package Includes:

1 x WCS1800 Hall current detection sensor
R219.90  Inc VAT
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