- Micronics ‘Ultraflo’ U1000MKII-FM Fixed Ultrasonic Clamp-On Flow Meter
- Up to 4” pipe size – 22-115mm OD / 20-110mm ID
- Ultrasonic (time of flight) technology to measure flow rate / total flow from outside the pipe
- Includes volume pulse output (optional 4-20mA, Modbus OR M-Bus flow proportional outputs can be selected)
- Easy installation
- Cost effective alternative to traditional in-line meters
- Standalone instrument or as part of an integrated management system
- Temp range: -0°C to +85°C
- Flow range: 0.1m/s to 10m/s (0.3ft/s to 32ft/s)
- Accuracy: ±1% to ±3% (for 0.3m/s to 1ft/s)
- Rugged: IP54
- Backlit LCD
22-115mm Micronics U1000MKII-FM Fixed Ultrasonic Clamp-On Flow Meter
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This Micronics ‘Ultraflo’ U1000MKII-FM Fixed Ultrasonic Clamp-On Flow Meter (up to 4” pipe size – 22-115mm OD / 20-110mm ID) is a permanent/ fixed clamp-on metering solution that utilises ultrasonic technology to measure flow rate and total flow with a volume pulse output (standard) from outside the pipe. The U1000MKII-FM is a great value alternative to traditional inline heat/flow meter installation for use in industries such as energy management and building services. This clamp-on meter is easy to install as it has been factory configured and, because of this, requires minimal on-site programming and functions by simultaneously transmitting ultrasound between the clamp-on transducers in both directions. When ultrasound is emitted in the direction of flow the speed of the sound is accelerated; when it is emitted in the opposite direction the speed of the sound is decelerated. The time difference between ultrasound emissions is directly proportional to flow velocity. Using the flow velocity and the pipe’s cross-sectional area, the operator can calculate the volumetric flow.
This fixed clamp-on ultrasonic flow meter includes an adjustable transducer guide rail and all mounting hardware, banding and acoustic interface gel. A 24V DC external power supply and volume pulse output are standard unless other selections are made below: