Project Description

Flow Sensor Accessories

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CombiFlow

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Multiple flow sensors with one controller. Connect two Flow Sensors on different Points of Connection (POCs) to a single SmartLink Aircard.

IsoFlow

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Multiple controllers with one flow sensor. This device receives the signal from a flow sensor and provides two isolated outputs that can be connected to two SmartLink™ Flow Aircards.

WireRide

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Opening the door to affordable flow management for countless irrigation systems, install a Flow Sensor on an existing irrigation system without the need of running new wire back to the controllers.

 

CombiFlow

The SLF-COMBIFLOW is a unique signal controlled device that conditions and scales the signals from two digital flow sensors and combines them into one scalable digital output. The SmartLink™ Flow Aircard then perceives the signal is coming from a single flow sensor. It is compatible with the SLFSI Series Flow Sensors and most other sensors producing a square or sine wave output proportional to the rate of flow.

Connect two SLFSI Series Flow Sensors on different Points of Connection (POCs) to a single SmartLink Aircard with Flow. Connect two SLFSI Series Flow Sensors in a looped piping system to a single control input. Connect the outputs of a two flow sensor “compound meter” assembly to the SmartLink™ Flow Aircard.

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How To Specify


CombiFlow Specifications
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IsoFlow

The SLF-ISOFLOW-1 and SLF-ISOFLOW-6 are signal control devices that receive the signal from a single SLFSI flow sensor and provide two electrically isolated outputs. These outputs can then separately be connected to 2 – 6 SmartLink™ Flow Aircards.

SLF-ISOFLOW-1 Example

SLF-ISOFLOW-6 Example

How To Specify


IsoFlow Specifications
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WireRide

The SLF-WIRERIDE enables installation of a new Master Valve and Flow Sensor on a irrigation system, without the need of running new wire back to the irrigation controller. With WireRide, the new Master Valve and Flow Sensor essentially “hitch a ride” back to the controller using a nearby preexisting zone wire.

A simple walk-through

  • Install a new Master Valve and Flow Sensor
  • Locate a nearby preexisting Zone Valve
  • Connect the two valves and sensor to the WireRide Field Module
  • Connect the wires used by existing Zone Valve to the WireRide
  • The existing Zone Valve wire is now being shared by all three

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