SONIC-VIEW, Ultrasonic Flow Meter for Liquids

SONIC-VIEW, Ultrasonic Flow Meter for Liquids

Product Overview

The SONIC-VIEW Series ultrasonic flow meters offer a compact, solid state solution for measuring flow in areas where flow sensors with moving parts cannot be applied. Its interference free operation, combined with a long-life cycle and the wide independence to the inlet and outlet pipes makes the SONIC-VIEW Series a perfect solution, especially in compact machines with cramped confines.

  • Flow range 1.5 … 30 l/min

Compact, Solid State Ultrasonic Flow Meter for Measuring Water and Aqueous Solutions
The SONIC-VIEW Series operates on the transit time principle. Two ultrasonic transducers are positioned on the outer surface of the measuring pipe. The advantage of this method of metering is that the transducers will not be in contact with the medium and also the complete absence of moving parts.

Description

  • Make liquid flows visible by pulse / frequency output, analog output (4…20 mA) or blinking LED
  • No moving parts (no mechanical wear)
  • Just one chemically resistant wetted part (stainless steel)
  • Alarm output, can be set by rotary switch
  • Ease of mounting and operation
  • Independent of pipe and installation position
  • Fast response
  • Air detection
  • Insensitive against pressure peaks and particles in the medium because of protected transducers
  • Ideal solution for interference free operation combined with a long-life cycle
  • Wide independence to the inlet and outlet pipes enable installation in compact machines with cramped confines

Applications

  • Petrochemical, chemical production
  • Oil and energy
  • Water and wastewater
  • Power and utilities
  • Food and beverage production
  • Pharmaceutical manufacturing
  • Metals and mining
  • Pulp and paper

SONIC-VIEW SVM-030

Ultrasonic Flow Meter for Low Flow Rates of Water-like Liquids
  • Interference free operation
  • Long life cycle, no moving parts
  • Insensitive to pressure peaks and particles in the fluid
  • Wide independence to the inlet and outlet pipe diameters
  • Analog (4..20 mA) and pulse output signals