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Ultrasonic Clamp-On Density Meter Instrument
Our clamp on ultrasonic density meter instrument measures the density of suspended solid in liquid with a reliable accuracy and repeatability. Since it avoids contact with the material completely, hence provides a maintenance free measurement without the hassles of any special approvals that may be required in some conventional devices.
  • The ENV200 is an ultrasonic instrument that measures the density of suspended solid in liquid. It comprises of a pair of sensors, a controller, and a junction box. ENV200 with PCM(Process Condition Monitoring) algorithm measures not only the size of received signal, which is often measured by conventional ultrasonic density meters but also observes changes in sound velocity and temperatures in the process. As it monitors operational status and water status in pipe and then decides the validity of each measurement, it contributes to increasing stability and reliability of the measurement. The ENV200 utilises the EEA (Envelope Energy Average) method that saves reception signal envelop and then calculates its energy, rather than using the reception signal’s amplitude change. ENV200 offers three types of sensors, such as spool-piece, tank-mount, and Clamp-on type to accommodate all field demands at installation.
  • Continuous Measurement
  • Process Monitoring Possible (Run, Stop, Full, Empty)
  • 10,000 Points Data Logging & Trend Mode
  •  EEAM (Envelope Energy Average Method)
  •  Various Types of Sensors
  •  In-situ Measurement and Calibration

Water / Wastewater Treatment

  • Pulp and Paper
  • Food and Beverage
  • Power Plant
  • Chemical
  • Mining 
  • FGD
  • Steel Plants
  • Fertiliser Plants
  • Controller – C2S
  • Sensors
    • Clamp on Type – S2C
    • Tank Mount Type – S2T
    • Spool Piece Type – S2S

Preferred Applications: Powders and solids

Measuring Range: 50 meters

Process Temperatures: -40°to +185°C

Process Pressure: -0.2 – 40 bar

Signal Output: 4-wire 4 – 20 mA/HART/RS-485/Modbus

Number of Beams: 5

Emitting Frequency: 140 GHz (each beam)

Supply Voltage: 20 to 32 VDC (110/ 230 VAC through SMPS)

Power Consumption: Max 8 W @ 24 VDC

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