G3&4″ Water Flow Sensor

22.70$ + Vat

3 in stock

SKU: SENO2141B Categories: ,


Water flow sensor consists of a plastic valve body, a water rotor, and a hall-effect sensor. When water flows through the rotor, rotor rolls. Its speed changes with different rate of flow. The hall-effect sensor outputs the corresponding pulse signal. This one is suitable to detect flow in water dispenser or coffee machine.

We have a comprehensive line of water flow sensors in different diameters. Check them out to find the one that meets your need most.


  •   • Compact, Easy to Install
  •   • High Sealing Performance
  •   • High Quality Hall Effect Sensor
  •   • RoHS Compliant


  •   • Mini. Wokring Voltage: DC 4.5V
  •   • Max. Working Current: 15mA (DC 5V)
  •   • Working Voltage: DC 5V~24V
  •   • Flow Rate Range: 0~60L/min
  •   • Load Capacity: ≤10mA (DC 5V)
  •   • Operating Temperature: ≤80℃
  •   • Liquid Temperature: ≤120℃
  •   • Operating Humidity: 35%~90%RH
  •   • Water Pressure: ≤2.0MPa
  •   • Storage Temperature: -25~+ 80℃
  •   • Storage Humidity: 25%~95%RH


Technical Details

Dimensions 100mm x 60mm x 38mm
Weight G.W 67g
Battery Exclude
Additional information
Weight 0.056 kg
Dimensions 4.1 × 2.0 × 2.1 cm
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