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Unidata Starflow QSD 6526J Ultrasonic Doppler Flow

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Unidata Starflow QSD 6526J Ultrasonic Doppler Flow

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Unidata ultrasonic Doppler instrument is a compact, easy-to-use system for measuring the velocity and depth of water in rivers and streams, open drainage channels, and large pipes.

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Description

Unidata ultrasonic Doppler instrument is a compact, easy-to-use system for measuring the velocity and depth of water in rivers and streams, open drainage channels, and large pipes. It is suitable for use in a wide range of water qualities ranging from sewage and wastewater to clean streams, potable water and even seawater.

The instrument measures forward and reverse flow conditions and may be programmed to computer flow rate and total flow in pipes and open channels.

The ultrasonic transducer assembly is profiled to reduce flow disturbance. It is designed to be placed at (or near) the bottom of the water channel for upstream measurement. A single cable connects the instrument to a 12V DC power source.

Water velocity is measured by the ultrasonic Doppler principle which relies on suspended particles or small air bubbles in the water to reflect the ultrasonic detector signal. The instrument will not operate in very clean, degassed water. Water depth is gauged by a hydrostatic pressure sensor, referenced to atmospheric pressure through the vented power and signal cable.

This product is compatible with Neon and Datastream.

Additional information

Resolution

1mm for 0-1m, 2mm for 1 to 2m, 2.5mm for 0 to 2.5m, 5mm for 2.5 to 5m

Depth

0 – 2 m, 0 – 5 m

Functionality

Bare Sensors

Available for Rent

Yes

Supplier

Unidata

Datasheet

Manual


Environmental sensors and telemetry

Unidata specialises in the design, manufacture, supply and support of products and solutions for environmental monitoring and industrial measurement. Products and systems range from acquisition devices, to standalone and IP (Ethernet, cellular and satellite) connected loggers, through to web based logging and analysis tools.

Unidata started operations in the 1970s as a joint venture with the University of Western Australia. At this time Unidata dealt extensively with university related data activities, hence the name ‘Unidata’.

Unidata has delivered around 50,000 data loggers and measuring instruments to around 5,000 customers worldwide. Unidata products are installed in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, China, Japan and Australia. Many installations have been in continuous use for more than 20 years, and the product / service life typically exceeds 10 years.

Unidata’s product range can be configured to provide solutions for most environmental monitoring and industrial measurement requirements.


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