• Flow

    is the motion of a fluid. A fluid can be actual liquid, gases, or movable solids (i.e., granular or slurries).

  • Flow Rate

    The time rate of motion of a fluid expressed as a fluid quantity per unit time.

  • Flow Velocity

    The time rate of motion of a fluid; expressed as a distance of fluid travel per unit time.

  • Frequency Output

    An output in the form of frequency that varies as a function of the applied pressure.

  • Frequency, Natural

    The frequency of free (not forced) oscillations of the sensing element of a fully assembled transducer.

  • Full-Scale Output (FOS)

    The output at full-scale pressure at a specified supply voltage. The signal is the sum of the offset signal plus the full-scale span.

  • Full-Scale Span

    The change in output over the operating pressure range at a specified supply voltage. The SPAN of a device is the output voltage variation given between zero differential pressure and any given pressure. FULL-SCALE SPAN is the output variation between zero differential pressure and the maximum recommended operating pressure.

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