Mainstream Area Velocity Transmitter

SKU: VT001/EN
VT001/EN water velocity transmitter
For open channels and partially full pipes
Quick and straightforwardto install - no flumes or weirs required
velocity range  - 10mm/s to 5m/s
4-20ma / SDI-12 / GPRS output options available, call for details
ATEX certified sensor option available
 
 
  • Velocity Sensor
  • £1515.80
  • £1818.96 inc VAT
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Description

  • SKU
    VT001/EN
Mainstream Velocity transmitter
 
VT001/EN water velocity transmitter
For open channels and partially full pipes
Quick and straightforwardto install - no flumes or weirs required
velocity range  - 10mm/s to 5m/s
4-20ma / SDI-12 / GPRS output options available, call for details
ATEX certified sensor option available
 
The mainstream water Velocity transmitter offers a solution to those wanting to measure water velocity or for use as a component in an open channel / partially full pipe applications.
 
High Levels of performance
 
The sensor high sensitivity means the system can be used for a wide range of applications in waste water and even "clean" water applications. With a streamlined probe, the sensor is also able to eliminate fouling and reduces the flow disturbance. Signal quality monitors also offer verification of the data quality.
 
How does it work?
 
The Mainstream system utilises the area velocity method of flow measurement, providing the user with a continuous or time stamped value of flow. Velocity measurement from the sensor is achieved by analysing transmitted and received ultrasound signal. The sensor creates a zone of inspection, here bubbles and solids particles in the water. These then provide a reflection of the ultrasound signal back to the velocity probe. The frequency shift in the ultrasonic signal between the transmitted frequency and that been received provides the flow velocity. 
 
Water Level is also measured by a submerged pressure sensor or ultrasonic sensor. When the wetted cross sectional area for the channel / pipe and velocity are known the flow meter is then able to calculate flow rate.
 

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