High Accuracy CODA Coriolis Mass Flow Meters
High Accuracy CODA Meters measure true mass flow of gases and liquids, maintaining accuracy at high pressures and ultra-low flow rates.
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Specs, features, and customization options
Devices are custom ranged from 40 g/h full scale to 100 kg/h full scale.
- Full scale ranges: 40 g/h to 100 kg/h
- Measurement range: 0.2% –100% of full scale
- Liquid accuracy: ±0.2% of reading or ±0.05% of full scale, whichever is greater
- Gas accuracy: ±0.5% of reading or ±0.05% of full scale, whichever is greater
- Repeatability: ±0.05% of reading or ±0.025% of full scale, whichever is greater
- Response time: <100 ms
- Operating temperature: –35 to 70°C
- Proof pressure: 1500 PSIA (103.4 barA); 200 PSIA (13.8 barA) for 40 g/h instruments; optional 4,000 PSIA (275.8 barA) for ≥100 g/h instruments
Device features and accessories
- Measure true mass flow, even when fluid composition is changing or unknown.
- Insensitive to external vibrations to mitigate process disturbances.
- High accuracy needed for mixing at ultra-low flows.
- Read measurements from optional external display.
- FlowVision software (download)
- Optional external display
Power supply, cables, and accessories sold separately
Device Ranges & Full Specs
Full scale flow rates range from 40 g/h to 100 kg/h with controllable ranges of 2% to 100% of full scale.
For a comprehensive device guide, read the CODA operating manual.
Build and Performance Options
- Communication: Analog, Modbus RTU over RS-232 or RS-485, EtherNet/IP, EtherCAT, PROFINET
- Process connections: female SAE (default), male VCR, female SAE, NPT, Compression, IGS-C Seal, IDEX (1/4-20 flat bottom female)
- Displays: None or external
- Wetted materials: 316L stainless steel and FKM; optional FFKM, EPDM, PCTFE, 316L stainless steel seals, or nickel alloy
- Ingress protection: IP40, IP65, IP66, IP67
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