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Ultrasonic Flowmeter Offers Economical Solution For Measuring Water Flow Bi-directionally

Dynasonics FX 500w

Bell Flow Systems now offering the New Dynasonics TFX-500w Ultrasonic Clamp-on Flow Meter

Launched at the recent Hanover Messe exhibition in Germany, by US manufacturer Badger Meter. The new Dynasonics line product is a versatile, cost-effective solution for measuring water flow in industrial applications.

Providing an economical solution for measuring water flow bi-directionally in a variety of applications. This new model is remarkably easy to install – thanks to its clamp-on design. As a result, there is no requirement to tap or cut the pipe. Simply attach the meters sensors to the outer structure of the pipework to complete the installation.

This makes the TFX-500w ideal for existing projects, as retrofitting to existing systems is simple and quickly completed, removing the requirement for any system shut down time. Furthermore, there is no loss of pressure as a result of the non-invasive design of this ultrasonic flow meter.

The TFX-500w is capable of measuring flow rate, velocity and water flow with precision and accuracy. Finally, a large and user-friendly display screen completes the design.

The TFX-500w is available in sizes 1/2 inch to 10 inch, and can function in a temperature range of -40 to 70 °C. It is capable of measuring flow from 0.38 to 37,000 L/min. Data communications options include Modbus RTU and BACnet MS/TP. It also supports full integration with the Badger Meter BEACON® and AquaCUE® Advanced Metering Analytics (AMA) cloud-based software suites.

The front panel buttons control the programming of the TFX-500w, or alternative by programming it via USB cable using SoloCUE® configuration software.

Thanks to its flexible range of sizing and temperature handling abilities, the TFX-500w is an extremely versatile flow meter. The Dynasonics TFX-500w is well suited to a range of applications. Typical examples include water systems, wastewater effluent, agricultural irrigation and industrial discharge.

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