Ultrasonic flow meter

F-4400 portable clamp-on ultrasonic flow meter is designed with no moving parts for testing and validating flow.

03/08/2016


F-4400 portable clamp-on ultrasonic flow meter is designed with no moving parts for testing and validating flow. Courtesy: OniconOnicon Inc.'s F-4400 portable clamp-on ultrasonic flow meter is designed with no moving parts for testing and validating flow. The battery-operated portable meter uses clamp-on transducers to measure flow through the pipe wall. It is designed for use with pipes ranging from ½- to 48-in. diameters and works with most commonly used pipe materials. The F-4400 can be powered for up to 18 hours via the battery or it can operate continuously with the ac power adapter. The data logger can capture up to 300,000 points in intervals ranging from 10 seconds to 5 minutes. A 4-20 mA output is also available when operating from the ac power adapter.

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