Ultrasonic Flow Meter measures bi-directional flows.

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Providing instantaneous and accumulated flow measurements, HTTP Portable Transit Time Ultrasonic Flow Meter works on pipes larger than ½ in. dia to measure forward, reverse, and net total flow. Meter clamps directly to pipe and does not contact flowing liquid. Kit includes UltraLink(TM) Windows® software, transducer set, 20 ft interconnection cable, 1 tube of acoustic couplant, mounting hardware, ac power converter, 12 Vdc converter, infrared adapter, and 4-20 mA interface cable.

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New Flow Meter Is Ultra Efficient

Hedland, the manufacturer of quality flow measurement solutions for over 33 years introduces the new HTTP Portable Transit Time Ultrasonic Flow Meter. This advanced meter clamps onto the outside of the pipe and does not contact the internal liquid. It also provides instantaneous rate and accumulated flows for efficient fluid measurement.

The easy to mount portable meter includes bi-directional flow capability to measure forward total, reverse total and net total; pipe sizes that range from ½" and higher; and non-invasive meter clamps. It has no moving parts for a maintenance free operation. Communication with the HTTP meter is achieved via a PC serial communications port and infrared serial adapter, allowing the user the convenience of no interconnection wires. This portable flow meter uses UltraLink(TM) Windows® software allowing for configuration, calibration and troubleshooting.

The HTTP Portable Transit Time Ultrasonic Flow Meter is packaged in a compartmentalized and padded carrying case along with the transducer set, a 20' interconnection cable, one tube of acoustic couplant, mounting hardware, AC power converter, auto-style 12 VDC converter, infrared adapter, 4-20 mA interface cable, and an operations manual. A removable 200,000 event Data Logger module containing an integral DB-9 connection that plugs directly into a PC port for fast upload is an optional feature.

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