Ultrasonic flowmeter is unaffected by temperature, density, viscosity

Clark Solutions' CSLFB Ultrasonic Flowmeter is designed for high accuracy flow measurement and is unaffected by changes in fluid temperature, density or viscosity.

12/17/2013


Clark Solutions' CSLFB Ultrasonic Flow Meter is designed for high accuracy flow measurement and is unaffected by changes in fluid temperature, density or viscosity. Courtesy: Clark SolutionsClark Solutions' CSLFB Ultrasonic Flowmeter is designed for high accuracy flow measurement and features a proprietary mixed signal ASIC for sophisticated timing and control.   

CSLFB ultrasonic flowmeters are unaffected by changes in fluid temperature, density, or viscosity and have no moving parts in the flow path. CSLFB Ultrasonic Flowmeters have negligible pressure drop and are better suited for monitoring media containing entrained solids. 

CSLFB Ultrasonic Flow Transmitters are bi-directional, rated for flow ranges to 120 GPM, and are available in 3/4" to 2 in." pipe sizes. Maximum working pressure for CSLFB Ultrasonic Flow Transmitters is 250 PSI (17.2 bars) for fluids having temperatures of -4 to 190 F (-20 C to 87.8 C). An optional 3-wire RTD, 100 Ohm, Platinum, Class A, IEC 60751 temperature sensor is available for temperature and energy monitoring applications. All CSLFB Ultrasonic Flow Transmitters have 4-20 mA output as standard; a second output is available in the form of an optically isolated NPN transistor, configured at the factory. Wetted materials include ULTEM encapsulated ultrasonic transducers with a choice of elastomer seals and brass body material.

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