Sierra Instruments steps into the ultrasonic flowmeter market with the release of its new Innova-Sonic ultrasonic flowmeter product line.
Sierra Instruments has moved into the ultrasonic flowmeter market with the release of its new Innova-Sonic ultrasonic flowmeter product line.
Sierra's Innova-Sonic flow meters are universal transit-time instruments incorporating the latest advances in digital signal processing.
The Innova-Sonic portable features an industry-unique Bluetooth wireless PDA interface for a truly flexible and convenient flow measurement tool.
Innova-Sonic is also available with fixed display readout in your choice of either clamp-on or insertion transducers.
While principally designed for clean liquid applications, Innova-Sonic is tolerant of liquids with small amounts of air bubbles or suspended solids common in most industrial environments.
All Innova-Sonic flow meters offer low power consumption, high reliability and outstanding applicability at an economical cost.
An easy to read display and clear, user-friendly menu selections make using the instrument simple and convenient.
The instrument can be configured via keypad without any additional programming devices and is packaged in a die cast NEMA 4X (IP65) housing.
Innova-Sonic features a self-contained 4-20 mA current loop signal output for instantaneous flow, as well as two independent temperature inputs for thermal energy monitoring.
The instrument also features a 7 digit alpha-numeric display, parallel operation of positive, negative and net flow totalisers (with user-selectable scale factors) and configurable pulse and frequency outputs (transmitted via relay and open collector) for totalised flow.
Other key features found on all versions of the Innova-Sonic product line are an accuracy better than +/-0.5%; a wide operating temperature range -40F to +300F (-40C to 150C); one meter for a wide range of pipe sizes 1-200" (25mm-5000 mm); detection of volumetric flow rate of most liquids; daily, monthly, and yearly totalised flow; and low installation effort and costs.