Digital Flowmeter Aquaphor

The resource indicator allows you to monitor the filter resource and replace the filter module in it in a timely manner.
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The resource indicator allows you to control the filter resource and timely replace the filter module in it. The indicator displays: the rate of water filtration, the number of liters of water that you can still pass through the filter before the end of its life, and also how many days are left until the module is replaced.
Filtration rate 1.4 - 7.5 l / min. Operating temperature from 5 to 40 degrees Celsius. Power supply 2 AAA elements (2 * 1.5 V).

The resource indicator allows you to control the filter resource and timely replace the
filter module in it.

The indicator displays:
  • Water filtration rate;
  • How many liters of water can you still let through the filter before the end of its life;
  • how many days are left before the module is replaced.

Specifications:
  • Working pressure, kg / cm2 0.5-7;
  • Filtration rate, l / min (l / m) 1.4 - 7.5;
  • Resource in liters, l (ltr) 99500 - 0 (installation step - 500);
  • The resource in days, days (day) 720-0 (step during installation - 30);
  • Operating water temperature, ° C 5-40;
  • The outer diameter of the connecting polyethylene tubes, mm 6.35 (1/4 ");
  • Power supply 2 AAA elements (2 x 1,5 V).

Installing the indicator in a water treatment system:
The indicator is installed between the filter and a separate tap for clean water so that the direction of water flow coincides with the direction of the arrow on the back wall of the indicator case. To connect the indicator, insert the tubes pre-moistened with water into the indicator adapters as far as they will go to a depth of about 15 mm. To disconnect the indicator, pull a clip from under the sleeve of each adapter and, pressing the end of the sleeve, pull out the tube.

Setting resource values ​​in liters and days:
While holding the “SHOW” button, press the “RESET” button, then release both buttons. The display flashes “OFF".