Jan 30, 2013: FLOW TOTALIZATION in GAUGER SENSORS

Jan 30, 2013: FLOW TOTALIZATION in GAUGER SENSORS

Gauger level sensors are applied in Open Channel Flow (OCF) applications for measuring flow in Flume and Weir structures. Gauger sensors can also be applied to the measurement of flow in open pipes based on Manning Formula. An important new feature is now implemented in Gauger sensors: Flow Totalization. With this new feature, users can obtain both instantaneous flow and accumulated flow over time (Totalization). Users can accumulate data for long periods of time in terms of cubic meters, cubic feet, Liters or Gallons. Totalization is important for quantification of sewage flow. This information is important for manufacturing plants, for service utilities and for the regulators. Service utilities can now bill their customers based on actual sewage flow rather than the round-a-bout way based on water usage. Regulators can check and control sewage flow in restricted areas such as nearby a sea or lake. Gauger models come in three flavors: Gauger420 with analog 4-20mA output, Gauger485 with digital RS485 output and GaugerGSM with wireless cellular output. All models can be purchased with or without integrated display. Select the Gauger model most appropriate for your needs and contact SolidAT with your requirement.

 

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