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Potable Ultrasonic flowmeter

Portable Ultrasonic Flow meter

Use medium:Liquid

Shall not apply to the medium:

Small in size
With Printer
2GB SD card
Battery powered

Parameters for details


Power requirements Built-in 24V Ni-MH battery provides 24 hrs of continuous operation
Charging 220V AC 50/60 Hz
Velocity range 0-32m/s
Output RS485, heat
Display 2 line characters display instantaneous and accumulative flow, velocity and signal status
Units m3(/s/m/h/d), cubic feet, liter, gallon, etc.
Ambient conditions -20 °C to +75 °C, 0 to 85% relative humidity
Size 220*125*92mm, 800g
Accuracy Flow: ± 1% reading,  Heat: ± 2%(at calibrated conditions)
Repeatability 0.20%
Type S1 M1 L1
Applicable pipe (mm) 10~6000
Material PES (Polyether Sulfone)
Working frequency 1 MHZ
Installation method V, Z
Calibration Pairing & Calibrating for the complete machine
Magnetism no
Applicable temperature -40~160 °C
Protection IP68
Media type Water, seawater, sewage, alcohol, various oils and other single, uniform and stable liquid that can transmit ultrasonic wave
Medium turbidity <20000ppm with low bubble content
Applicable pipes Uniform and compact pipes made of carbon steel, stainless steel, cast iron, copper, PVC, aluminum, glass fiber reinforced plastics, and lining is permitted.
Pipe lining material Epoxy asphalt, rubber, mortar, polypropylene, polystyrene, bakelite, polytetrafluoroethylene etc.
Signal cable Standard configuration: 5mX2, and 10mX2 or 15mX2 are optional.

Heat Measurement

The portable ultrasonic flow meter with optional heat flow module installed is designed to measure the rate and quantity of heat delivered to a given building, area or heat exchanger. The meter measures the volumetric flow rate of the heat exchanger liquid (water, water/glycol mixture, brine, etc.), the high temperature at the inlet pipe and the low temperature at the outlet pipe. Heat delivery is calculated by the following equation.

                     Rate of heat delivery = Q*(Tin – Tout)*c


                              Q = volumetric flow rate

                              Tin = high temperature at the inlet

                              Tout = low temperature at the outlet

                              C = specific heat of the liquid