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Flow Indicator and Totalizer Notation

Flow Indicator and Totalizer Notation

(OP)
What would be the typical way to indicate on a P&ID a Flow Indicator plus totalizer?

Would it be a FIQ? Just wanted to check.

RE: Flow Indicator and Totalizer Notation

Yes.
Some would show it as two seperate functions such as FI and FQ or something similar.

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RE: Flow Indicator and Totalizer Notation

(OP)
Thanks for confirming that!

RE: Flow Indicator and Totalizer Notation

I usually see FQI rather than FIQ.
 

RE: Flow Indicator and Totalizer Notation

(OP)
Thanks @danw.

I was always confused about the order of the modifiers. Is there any guidance about the order in the ISA specs. to decide which letter comes first?

RE: Flow Indicator and Totalizer Notation

The I for indicator or C for controller always seem to come last. This one in particular is on the list of typical identifiers:

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