Flow monitor with digital signal processing technology

Badger Meter's Blancett B2900 flow monitor is hazardous location certified and is suitable for a variety of critical flow measurement applications in the oil and gas, and petrochemical industries.
By Badger Meter March 5, 2016

Badger Meter's Blancett B2900 flow monitor is hazardous location certified and is suitable for a variety of critical flow measurement applications in the oil and gas, and petrochemical industries. Courtesy: Badger MeterBadger Meter’s Blancett B2900 flow monitor offers advanced digital signal processing technology in an easy-to-access package. It is hazardous location certified and are suitable for a variety of critical flow measurement applications in the oil and gas, and petrochemical industries. The electronics are enclosed in a polycarbonate NEMA 4X housing and located on a single board, designed for convenient field installation. The large enclosure provides more room for the user’s hands and tools when wiring the monitor in the field. The B2900 enclosure features an LCD display with push button programming as well as a pre-drilled hole for external wiring connections, such as Modbus RTU and other outputs.

The Blancett B2900 flow monitor processes a frequency output from a flow sensor and interprets the signal to calculate flow rate and total flow simultaneously with 10-point linearization for improved accuracy. The B2900 monitor is ideal for use with low-level frequency input signals typically found in turbine flow meters, but it can be used with almost any flow sensor producing a low amplitude ac output or contact closure signal. 

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