Gravity: Arduino Digital Water Flow Sensor - 1/8"
We have 1 units in our Sydney Warehouse available for immediate dispatch.
We can get a further 35 units in Australia from DFRobot. If you order today, we can dispatch this stock between Nov 15, 2019 - Nov 19, 2019.
The Water Flow sensor measures the rate of a liquid flowing through it. The YF-S401 water flow sensor consists of a plastic valve body, flow rotor and hall effect sensor. It is usually used at the inlet end to detect the amount of flow. When liquid flows through the sensor, a magnetic rotor will rotate and the rate of rotation will vary with the rate of flow. The hall effect sensor will then output a pulse width signal. Connect it to a microcontroller and you can monitor multiple devices such as your coffee maker, sprinkler or anything else, and control the water flow rate to suit your needs!
Note: *A 6 mm hose is recommended *Avoid unit contact with corrosive chemicals *The unit must be installed vertically, tilted no more than 5 degrees *Liquid temperature should be less than 120 C to avoid damage to unit
- Inner Diameter: 4 mm
- Outside diameter: 7 mm
- Proof Water Pressure: <0.8 MPa
- Water Flow Range: 0.3-6 L/min
- Voltage Range: 5~12 V
- Operating Current: 15 mA (DC 5V)
- Insulation Resistance: >100 MΩ
- Accuracy: ±5% (0.3-3L/min)
- The Output Pulse High Level: >4.5 VDC (DC input voltage 5 V)
- The Output Pulse Low Level: <0.5 VDC (DC input voltage 5 V)
- Output Pulse Duty Ratio: 50% ± 10%
- Water-flow Formula: 1L = 5880 square waves
- Working Humidity Range: 35% ~ 90% RH (no frost)
- Dimension: 58*35*26 mm/2.28*1.37*1.02 inches
- Weight: 30g
- Gravity - Water Flow Sensor - 1/8" x1