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FlowScout 600 Long-range Acoustic Flow Meter

  23/08/2010
The single-beam LinkQuest FlowScout 600 acoustic flow meter is based on innovative acoustic Doppler technology and is capable of reaching up to 110 metres in range with an accuracy of up to 0.5% +/- 2.0 mm/s. The operating frequency of the FlowScout 600 system is 600kHz. The standard depth rating of the system is 100m.


FlowScout 600 Long-range Acoustic Flow MeterThe FlowQuest system is typically used to precisely measure water velocities in water channels and rivers. It can be easily installed on an irrigation channel bank, a bridge abutment, or a river bank. The FlowScout 600 system is developed for long-term real-time monitoring of water flow and velocities in water channels, rivers, ports, harbors and estuaries.

 

 




Supplier: LinkQuest Inc

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