It is suitable for flowmeters installed on water or wastewater pipes ranging from 25.4 millimeter to 9.14 meter (1 to 360 inches).
The kit comes in a weatherproof and sturdy rolling case with a telescope handle. The case holds all the equipment including cables, multiple transducers and the clamp-on ultrasonic flow computer Sitrans FUP1010.
Sitrans FUP1010 measures all conductive or non-conductive clean or moderately aerated liquids or liquids with suspended solids.
This basic feature makes the flowmeter very versatile in that it can verify the performance of meters based on any existing flow measurement principle: electromagnetic, ultrasonic, orifice, rotary piston, coriolis etc. The batteries of the flowmeter are good for four hours of normal operation and are recharged in one hour quick charge.
The one Megabyte datalogger enables report and statistics download to PC via the included RS232 cable.
Gerhard Stauss | Siemens Industry Automation
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