Rivers


Sewer Flow Meter, non contact, Raven-Eye

The Raven-Eye is an advanced, non-contact RADAR flow meter for open channel flow measurements. It uses non-contact radar technology to measure the flow from above the channel. Suitable for open channel flow measurements such as sewer flow measurements, river flow measurements, flow to sewage treatment works, discharge consent metering and final effluent flows.

The Raven-Eye is combined with IFQ Monitor to give you a local display, 4-20mA outputs, logging capability, and error signalling. Alternatively it can be connected to the Web-enabled UNI-Trans for advanced multi-sensor applications 

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Open Channel Ultrasonic Flow Meter, Dual Chord/Channel, UF811CO

The UF811CO is the new fixed open channel flow meter from UltrafluxIt is a versatile converter that can be used with insertion probes for measurement of part full pipes and channels, It can handle up to 2 chords on a single channel. It has an internal logger, Display and USB port. 

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Open Channel Ultrasonic Flow Meter, Eight Chord/Channel, UF831CO

The UF831CO is the new fixed Open channel flow meter from Ultraflux. It is very versatile used on part full channels it can handle up to 8 chords. It has an internal logger, Display and USB port.

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Open Channel Velocity Meter, ultrasonic, wetted probes, Minisonic Speed

The Minisonic Speed is an open channel velocity meter from the Ultraflux Minisonic Range. It is a simple and time tested converter that is used with wetted probes for measurement of fluid velocity of part full pipes and channels. As standard it is a single cord, you can have an additional cord if required.

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Open Channel Ultrasonic Flow Meter, Quad Chord/Channel, UF821CO

The UF821CO is the newest fixed open channel flow meter from Ultraflux. It is a versatile converter that can be used with insertion probes for measurement of part full pipes and channels, It can handle up to 4 chords on a single channel or monitor up to 4 channels with a single cord. It has an internal logger, Display and USB port. 

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IFQ Monitor for the Raven-Eye Phoenix and Beluga

The IFQ Monitor is an easy to use and configure, converter and display (and optional logger) unit for the Raven Eye flow sensors. The IFQ Monitor connects to the Raven Eye flow sensor via RS485 and to an external level sensor (normally the ULS-02) via a 4-20mA. The IFQ Monitor has three 4-20mA outputs Flow, Level and Velocity all of which can easily configured via the keypad.

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Open Channel Flow Meter, Doppler, Wetted, Beluga

Open Channel Ultrasonic Digital Doppler Flow Sensor

The Beluga is the newest ultrasonic Doppler area/velocity flow meter sensor for open channel flow measurements

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River and Open Channel Flow Meters, Phoenix

The Phoenix is a non-contact RADAR flow metering system for rivers and streams. It is a non-contact sensor which uses radar technology to measure the flow from above the channel. Suitable for most open channel flow measurements.

The Phoenix can be combined with IFQ Monitor to give you a local display, 4-20mA outputs, logging capability, and error signalling.

The system can also be solar powered and web-enabled, allowing continuous, autonomous operation. 

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Oil On Water Detector, Non Contact, ROW

Remote Optical Watcher - ROW is an autonomous non-contact sensor that detects oil on water in real-time. It uses oil’s natural fluorescence to detect anything from marine diesel, vegetable oil to jet fuel and alerts you immediately.                                                                            

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Oil on Water Detector, Non-Contact, EXD, ROW

Remote Optical Watcher - ROW Exd is an autonomous non-contact sensor that detects oil on water in real-time. It uses oil’s natural fluorescence to detect anything from marine diesel, vegetable oil to jet fuel and alerts you immediately. Enclosure Certified ATEX Zone 1

                                                                            

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