- Ultrasonic transit time sensor for connection to NivuFlow 600
- Clamp-on system. No contact to measurement medium
- 2-path measurement
- Measurement in clear and polluted water
- Ideal for retrofitting or replacement in the drinking water area
- Up to 100 m of cable length between sensor and transmitter or adapter box
Clamp-on ultrasonic flow meter sensors are part of a measurement system for continuous flow measurement and storage of the recorded measurement data. They can be used for clean to polluted media.
The sensors of this non contact flow meter are used for flow measurement in full pipes featuring various dimensions.
Thanks to the clamp-on design there is no contact between sensor and the measurement medium. The sensors therefore are particularly suitable for use in the drinking water area. Measurement tasks can be carried out very easy within very short time without any greater effort. This applies for high pressures as well as for aggressive and abrasive media.
Readings are detected based on the ultrasonic transit time principle, which allows versatile use with high accurate measurement results. Thanks to perfectly matched mounting material the system is ideal for retrofitting or as replacement system for existing flow measurements.
Typical clamp-on sensor applications
- Fixed measurements in full pipes in hydropower plants, pump stations and similar
- Monitoring of drinking water plants and networks
- Irrigation systems
- Inlets and outlets conducting cooling water or circulation
- WWTP outlets
- Dirty water pipelines
- Industrial flow measurements, process water
- Retrofitting and Replacement of existing flow measurement system
- and many more
- 15 m/s to + 15 m/s
50 – 6000 mm (DN 50 – DN 6000)
1 MHz Variante: DN50 – DN2500
500 KHz Variante: DN 300 – DN6000
PEEK and stainless steel 1.4301
|Permissible medium temperature
0°C to +80°C
Ex-Variante and Standard - 40°C ≤ TA ≤ 80°C
Ultrasonic transit time
1 MHz and 500 kHz
-40 °C to + 80 °C (non-condensing)
Continuous pre-configured cable
Flow velocity (v average) within path ± 0.1 % of measurement value
Offset Velocity < ± 5 mm/s
|Zero point drift
Absolutely stable zero point
Specifications subject to change.