The FLO-CORP ChannelFlo™ UOCM Ultrasonic Open Channel Flow Meter’s signal processing does not come in contact with the flow stream. The ideal measurement solution for liquid applications, from gravity fed sewer lines to storm water monitoring.
The ChannelFlo™ Ultrasonic Open Channel Flow Meter is an all-in-one solution for open channel flow measurement. The UOCM is able to provide accurate measurements in a wide variety of applications such as small streams, sewers, large rivers, V-notch weirs and flumes. Our technology allows precision continuous measurement that allows the user to monitor remotely at the convenience of a PC or locally at the display. All of our ChannelFlo™ systems are calibrated for your specific application prior to leaving our factory for easy setup and installation in the field. In an Open Channel application it is very important to have a quality, durable and accurate level measurement sensor. Our Ranger Plus™ Ultrasonic Level Transmitter measures up to 35 feet, has (3) Analog Outputs and (2) Switches. The next component in the UOCM system is an intuitive, reliable monitoring device. Our CONNEX 3D™ Flexible Process Monitor is a bright, 6-digit LED display with an internal DC power supply for transmitter power, 4-20 mA repeat output and advanced communications. The CONNEX 3D™ is supplied with a remote monitoring software called DigaLink 3.0, that has the capability to remotely monitor, receive e-mail alerts, data log and much more. If you require pump control the eXmod™ Relay Expansion module is recommended. The eXmod connects to the CONNEX 3D™ via RS-485 serial communication (4-wire) and provides a 10 AMP AC/DC rated relay to maximize the systems capabilities.
User Friendly: Bright LED display
Maintenance-Free: Measurement does not come in contact with process fluid
Maximum Accuracy: Specifically calibrated for customer’s application
Highly Adaptabile: Works in any open channel flow application
Saves Money: Low cost of ownership
Warranty: Five-year warranty available
Sensing Range: 4″-120″ (102mm-3m) Repeatability: > ±0.03″ Temperature: -40 to 158F Humidity: 0 to 100% Operating
Agriculture, Chemical & Petrochemical, Environmental Water & Wastewater, Food & Beverage, Government Agencies, Life Sciences, Minerals & Mining, Original Equipment Manufacturers, Power & Energy, Pulp & Paper, Refined Products, Renewable Energy
The FLO-CORP ChannelFlo™ OCRA Radar Open Channel Flow Meter uses through the air technology that does not come in contact with the flow stream. The ideal measurement solution for liquid, solid, and slurry applications, from sewers to streams.
The FLO-CORP CalFlo™ CFTM Thermal Mass Flow and Temperature Meter offers auto-self-calibration for reliable and repeatable results. The ideal solution for liquid applications, from condenser water to cooling flow.
The FLO-CORP CalFlo™ CFSG Flow and Temperature Thermal Mass Switch protects equipment and process from high temperatures and no-flow conditions. Precision monitoring for liquid applications, from deionized water to dry pump protection.
The FLO-CORP AccuTank™ Radar Level Monitoring System uses time domain reflectometry (TDR) for remote access to real-time data. The ideal solution for liquid or solid applications, from lift stations to mobile tank trucks.
The FLO-CORP MAGFLO™ MMFM Magnetic Flow Meter is resistant to harsh chemicals and is available in flanged and wafer style. The ideal measurement solution for liquid applications, from waste treatment to pulp and paper.
The FLO-CORP PDFlo™ PDSR1 Single Hall Effect Sensor detects the rotation of the PDFlo Flow Meter’s gears and emits a frequency signal proportional to flow. The ideal measurement solution for liquid applications, from fuel to polyurethane.
The FLO-CORP CalFlo™ CFVF2 Thermal Mass Liquid Flow Meter is ideal for handling aggressive and hard to measure media. Precision measurement for liquid applications, from non-potable water to diluted corrosive liquids.
The FLO-CORP ChannelFlo™ OCRM Guided Wave Radar Open Channel Flow Meter features time domain reflectometry (TDR) technology and provides continuous level measurement in liquids, solids, and slurries, from clarifier effluent to large rivers.
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