Levitronix® LFSC-D PFA
Ultrasonic Clamp-On
Flow Measurement
Wet Applications

The LEVIFLOW® LFSC-D clamp-on sensor is designed for non-invasive flow measurements of high purity fluids with PFA tubing. Two piezoelectric transducers generate and receive ultrasonic waves. When flow is present, the with-stream wave is accelerated, and the against-stream wave is slowed down. The difference in transit time is proportional to the velocity of the fluid.

LEVIFLOW® clamp-on sensors LFSC-D PFA offer distinctive advantages in microelectronic wet applications that will improve your product yield.
thumbnail-lfsc-d-for-pfa-video LEVIFLOW LFSC-D for PFA Tubing

No particle generation
The sensor is completely non-invasive and therefore ideal for ultrapure fluids.

Ideal for Ultrapure Fluids

Clamp-on, clamp-off
The sensor is completely non-invasive and can be installed in few seconds.

Completely Non-Invasive

High accuracy over wide flow range
2% accuracy of reading for >25% of full scale

High Precision Flow Measurement

Up to 120° C / 248° F
The sensor is completely non-invasive and therefore ideal for hot liquids.

Ideal for Hot Liquids

Suitable for high volume applications
For high-volume applications, multi-channel converters are available, which can process up to 6 sensors with one single converter. The sensor signals are available over an RS485 two-wire bus or a PLC interface, thereby reducing cabling, footprint, and cost.

6-Channel Converter for Multiple Sensors

Smart digital signal processing
The flow converter uses a digital signal processor (DSP) to provide accurate flow measurement even when bubbles are present.

Improved Robustness against Bubbles

Highly dynamic flow control
The LFSC-D clamp-on flow sensor can be connected to a Levitronix® BPS pump system to provide a precise flow control.

Connection to Levitronix® Pump

Smart sensor
Various parameters such as full scale, total volume, bubble detection, or high flow alarm are provided and can be configured with the Levitronix Service Software.

Configurable Flow Sensor Parameters

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