Flow sensors DOSIC®

Category Tag
  • Flexible measurement system for all industries and liquids
  • Versatile use for conductive and non-conductive liquids and temperature measurement
  • Short installation lengths and a compact design enable installation in applications with limited space
  • Food-safe thanks to rust-free stainless steel and hygienic design
  • Quick installation without medium calibration
  • User-friendly application thanks to rotatable housing and display
  • Straight measuring tube reduces pressure loss, thus reducing energy costs


The non-contact DOSIC® flowmeter detects the flow volume of conductive and non-conductive liquids based on ultrasonic technology. With its measurement channel and stainless-steel housing, the ultrasonic flowmeter is suitable for measuring tasks in hygienic environments. The compact and rugged design offers a wide variety of application possibilities, including in those where space restrictions or aggressive media play a role. Installation is quick and easy, and does not require medium calibration. The seal-free, self-draining measuring tube enhances process reliability. Up to two configurable digital and analog outputs as well as the IO-Link interface ensure the right initial situation. The DOSIC® is EHEDG-certified and FDA-compliant.

At a glance
  • Flow measurement for water and oil-based liquids
  • Seal-free stainless-steel 316L sensor with Ra ≤ 0.8 µm
  • Straight, self-draining measuring tube
  • Compact design with short installation lengths
  • Configurable digital outputs
  • Temperature measurement
  • IP 67/69 enclosure rating, CIP/SIP-compatible, IO-Link version 1.1

Technical data overview

Measurement principle Ultrasonic sensor
Medium Conductive and non-conductive liquids
Output signal 1 x analog output: 4 mA … 20 mA, 2 x digital input or output (configurable) 1) 2)

2 x analog output: 4 mA … 20 mA, 2 x digital input or output (configurable) 1) 2)

Nominal width measuring tube DN 15 / DN 25
Maximum adjustable measuring range 0 l/min … 250 l/min
  • 1) Digital output configuration: PNP/NPN/push-pull/open collector.
  • 2) Selectable analog output: flow/temperature.