Open and closed channels monitoring systems flow rates.

Ultrasonic Level Probe

Ultrasonic Level Probe

ECHOFLOW Joined to the logger AGR3PRO , FLD3PRO and HM3000 is able to provide depth rate needed for the calculation of Area per velocity algorithm in open channel flow rate measurement. Friendly start-up by software programming on PC. Read more ›

Handheld radar velocity meter logger

Handheld radar velocity meter logger

SVRPRO Handheld instrument for measuring the surface velocity of stream water of rivers, open channels, waterways, etc.. with embedded data logger. Read more ›

Flow Rate Monitoring Station

Flow Rate Monitoring Station

AGR3PRO Stand alone measurements of flow rate and total flow for open channel, underground free surface or filled pressurized conduit. Discharges, sewage, drainage, irrigation, waterways, water treatment plants. Local data transmission, by PC or remote wireless via GSM / GPRS, GPS tracking. XCI acquisition cards datasheet SD* doppler... Read more ›

Radar-Chan Logger Open Channel Flow Meter

Radar-Chan Logger Open Channel Flow Meter

RADCH Contactless Radar Open Channel Flowmeter. Unit consisting of a couple of radar sensors: one Doppler for surfacing velocity water and the second transit time for level measure. The flow rate measurement is calculated and stored directly by the electronic stand alone HM3000 unit. According to the cross section and... Read more ›

Doppler Ultrasonic Velocity Sensor

Doppler Ultrasonic Velocity Sensor

SDV* Velocity, combined velocity/depth sensors series, suitable in tubes filled or open channels for the flow measurement, suitable for interfacing with instruments AGR3PRO and FLD3PRO. SDV1 - area velocity sensor SDVP2 - area velocity + depth sensor SDI4 - Insertion velocity sensor SDE1 - Insertion electromagnetic flow sensor Read more ›

Multipurpose Monitoring Station

Multipurpose Monitoring Station

FLD3PRO Stand alone monitoring and recording data for flow metering in open channel or pipeline, chemical and physical, environmental parameters, depending on the cards and the sensors used. flow rate and total volumes pH conductivity DO ... Read more ›