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The Micronics Series UF D5000 Fixed Clamp-on Doppler Flow Meter from HMA Instrumentation monitors the flow rate of dirty or aerated liquids, including wastewater, chemicals, acids, slurries, abrasives and viscous liquids. It is recommended for full pipes and any fluid that contains solids or bubbles. The UF D5000 strap-on sensor is mounted on the outside of a plastic or metal pipe 12.7 mm diameter or larger.
To measure flow, an acoustic signal is reflected back to the sensor from moving particles or gas bubbles suspended in the fluid. Installation is simple, without shutting down the flow system. No contact is made with the moving fluid, and no pipe cutting or drilling is required. There is no fouling or scale build-up on the sensor.
The Micronics Series UF D5000 Fixed Clamp-on Doppler Flow Meter from HMA Instrumentation includes an ultrasonic sensor, a simple five-key calibration system, a large digital flow rate display with totalizer, isolated 4-20mA output and two programmable control relays. A data logger and intrinsically-safe sensor are optional.
The Micronics Series UF D5000 Fixed Clamp-on Doppler Flow Meter from HMA Instrumentation works best in applications that would defeat regular contacting flow meters. Due to the fact that the sensor is mounted on the outside of the pipe, it is unaffected by abrasives or harsh chemicals. There is no obstruction to flow and no pressure drop.
The Micronics Series UF D5000 Fixed Clamp-on Doppler Flow Meter from HMA Instrumentation measures flow in PVC, carbon steel, stainless steel, cast iron, fiberglass and lined pipes – any pipe material that conducts ultrasound. Doppler signals cannot transmit through pipe walls that contain air pockets (for example, concrete or wood), or loose pipe liners (with an air gap between the
liner and pipe wall).
Calibration is easy with the new UF D5000 user-friendly menu system. Press the arrow keys to scroll through menus, change settings and enter calibration values. English, French or Spanish menus are available, with password-protected settings and brightness control of the digital display.