J2. VPFlowScope M

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In this chapter all the specifications for the VPFlowScope M are explained, this consists of the Transmitter, VPSensorCartridge, order information, and accessories

Please always check the label of your product for the specifications.
Specifications are subject to change as we are continuously improving our products. Please contact us to obtain the latest specification sheet.

2. Transmitter

Sensor Interface
VPSensorCartridgeProprietary interface, rotational 360 degrees.
Display type1.8″ TFT color with auto power save (option).
LED statusLED indicators on all models for power, communication, and alarm.
Data logger 
MemoryOne-year circular memory, 1 x per second logging interval for all parameter.
Logging modeCyclic
RS485Modbus RTU.
Analog output4..20mA. output or pulse or alarm (selectable).
USBSerial emulation, Modbus RTU.
EthernetIP addressing, Modbus TCP.
Mechanical & Environmental
Dimensions50 x 108 x 36 mm. | 1.97 x 4.25 x 1.42 inch.
Weight220 grams | 7.76 ounces including locking ring.
MaterialAluminum, anodized body with polycarbonate cover.
O-ring sealsNBR.
Protection gradeIP65 | NEMA 4, when mated to VPSensorCartridge and USB cap, tightened.
Ambient temperature0..60°C | 32 .. 140°F.
Ambient humidity10 – 95%. Avoid condensation at all times.

Avoid direct sunlight or radiant heat

Highly corrosive or acid environments should be avoided


Supply12VDC.(*)..24 VDC. +10% CLASS 2 (UL).
Power consumption1 Watt (no flow) 3.5 Watt (full flow) +/- 10%.
CEEN 60950-1, EN 61326-1, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3, EN 61326-1.
ULUL 508.

3. VPSensorCartridges 

Flow sensor
Measuring principleThermabridge™ Thermal Mass Flow sensor.
Flow range0(0.5) … 150 mn/sec | 0 … 500 sfps.
Bi-directional flowOptional.
Accuracy2% of reading under calibration conditions.
Reference conditions0 °C, 1013.25 mbar | 32 °F, 14.65 psi.
GasesCompressed air, Nitrogen and inert, non-condensing gasses.
Gas temperature range0 … 60 °C | 0 … 140 °F.
Pressure sensor
Pressure range0 … 10 bar | 0 … 145 psi gage.
Accuracy+/- 1% FSS (total error band)
Temperature compensated.
Temperature sensor
Temperature range0…60 °C | 32…140 °F.
Accuracy> 10m/sec: +/- 1 °C | 1.8 °F.
< 10m/sec: + 5 °C | 9 °F.
Mechanical & Environmental
Probe Length340 mm. | 13.4″.
Weight200 grams | 7.05 ounces.
Process connectionCompression fitting, 1/2″ NPT, Tapered.
Pressure ratingPN10.
Protection gradeIP65 | NEMA 4 when mated to Transmitter.
Ambient temperature range0…60 °C | 32…140 °F, avoid direct sunlight or radiant heat.
Wetted materialsAnodized Aluminum, Stainless steel 316, Glass, Epoxy.
Corrosion resistanceHighly corrosive or acid environments should be avoided.
Connection typeVPSensorCartridge proprietary.
Power consumptionSee Transmitter specifications for combined power consumption.

 4. Order information and accessories

4.1 Transmitter

Order codeOptionFeature
D010Basic + display
D011Basic + display + data logger
D111Basic + display + data logger + Wi-Fi
Basic featuresDisplay featuresData logger featuresWi-Fi

4..20mA, Pulse, Alarm,




3 line display

Keypad for configuration

Traditional start/stop


At least 365 days @ 1-second interval

A wireless connection that can be used for Modbus TCP and access to the Internal Web Server

4.2 VPSensorCartridge

Order CodeFlowTemperaturePressureBi-directional

4.3 Accessories

VPA.5000.005Cable, 5m / 16.4 ft with M12 5pin connector on one side, open wires on another side.
VPA.5000.010Cable, 10m / 32.9 ft with M12 5pin connector on one side, open wires on another side.
VPA.0000.200Power supply ( 12V, 5pin ).
VPA.5004.0005Ethernet cable, 5m / 16.4 ft with M12 4pin connector on one side, RJ45 on another side.
VPA.5004.0105Ethernet extension cable, 5m / 16.4 ft with M12 4pin female connector on one side, and male on another side.
VPA.5004.0001Compression fitting for VPFlowScope M with an integrated safety system.
VPA.5004.1001Locking ring for VPFlowScope M.
VPA.5014.003Explorer case for VPFlowScope M.
VPStudio Software 
SFT.5003.500VPStudio 2.0.

Updated on January 13, 2021

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