Liquid velocity sensor for process measuring applications

Pulsar Process Measurement’s MicroFlow is a microwave based non-contacting velocity sensor that is designed to provide maintenance-free, reliable, repeatable and accurate velocity measurement.

04/07/2016


Pulsar Process Measurement’s MicroFlow is a microwave based non-contacting velocity sensor that is designed to provide maintenance-free, reliable, repeatable and accurate velocity measurement. Courtesy: Pulsar Process MeasurementPulsar Process Measurement's MicroFlow is a microwave based non-contacting velocity sensor that mounts above a channel and is designed to provide maintenance-free, reliable, repeatable and accurate velocity measurement. MicroFlow can be used as a stand-alone device, outputting velocity data via RS485 Modbus with a measurement accuracy of ±0.033m/s or 0.5%, whichever is greater. The industry-standard data can be used for datalogging or alarm purposes, or processed further in a programmable logic controller (PLC). MicroFlow can also integrate with Pulsar's FlowCERT ultrasonic flow measurement controller and a transducer such as Pulsar's flow-dedicated dBMACH3 to create a complete open channel flow measurement system. MicroFlow consists of a compact sensor and is installed on a bracket above the flow at a 45-deg angle.

Pulsar Process Measurement 

www.pulsar-pm.com 

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ADEBOYE , IA, Nigeria, 04/07/16 09:21 AM:

This is quite innovative. It will be nice to see how it can handle multi-components flow.
Anonymous , 04/07/16 09:28 AM:

This is an interesting development. Let wait for performance with Multicomponenf fluid mixtures.
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