TDS100P Portable Ultrasonic Flow Meter

March 27, 2018

TDS-100P portable ultrasonic flow-meter is gaining more and more recognition on the international flow meter market
Future :

  •  High quality , reasonable and competitive price

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • 0.5% of linearity

  • 0.2% of repeatability

  • 1% of accuracy

  • Positive/negative/net flow totaliser

  • 2 line LCD display

  • Built-in printer or SD card

  • RS485 communication interface

  • English interface or bilingual interface in English and Chinese

  • Non-contacting transducers, clamp-on type, easy to install and operate

  • Ni-H rechargeable battery life up to 24 hours continue operation

     

  • Spech :

     

     

     

    Technical parameters:

    S1-type

    M1-type

    L1-type

    S1H-type

    M1H-type

    Pipe size(mm)

    DN15-100

    DN50-700

    DN300-6000

    DN15-100

    DN50-700

    Pipe size(inch)

    (1/2″~4″)

    (2″~28″)

    (12″~240″)

    (1/2″~4″)

    (2″~28″)

    Material:

    ABS

    Special high-temperature materials

    Frequency

    1MHZ

    Installation method

    V(N、W)

    V、Z

    Z

    V(N、W)

    V、Z

    calibration

    Calibrate with the main unit

    magnetism

    Magnetic

    No magnetic

    temperature

    32℉ ~ 158℉ ( 0℃ ~ 70℃ )

    32℉ ~ 320℉ ( 0℃ ~ 160℃ )

    Protection class

    IP65

    Dimension(mm)

    45×30×30

    60×45×45

    80×70×55

    90×85×24

    90×82×29

    weight (g)

    75

    250

    650

    94

    150

    Liquid types

    Water,sea water.waste water,chemical liquids,oil,crude oil,alcohol,beer,etc.

    Suspension concentration

    ≤20000ppm,may contain very small amount of air bubbles.

    Pipe material

    All metals,most plastics,fiber glass,etc,

    Transducer cable

    Standard length 5 meter×2,can be extended to 10 meter×2 or 15 meter×2

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