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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
DM163026 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The Low Power Solutions Demonstration board provides designers a convenient and fun way to explore PICmicro ® nanoWatt features within a functional ultrasonic range-finder application. It features the PIC18F4620, Microchip Technology's latest power managed device. The development tool is ideal...
T30UXUA Allied Electronics, Inc. BANNER ENGINEERING Not Provided Sensor, U-GAGE, Ultrasonic, 100mm-1 Meter Range, Analog Output, 2 Meter Cable
T30UIPAQ Allied Electronics, Inc. BANNER ENGINEERING Not Provided Sensor, Proximity, Ultrasonic, Analog, 150mm-1 Meter Range, 12-24VDC, QD Conn
Q45ULIU64ACR Allied Electronics, Inc. BANNER ENGINEERING Not Provided Sensor, Proximity, Ultrasonic, 100mm-1.4 Meter Range, 15-24VDC, 2 Meter Cable
LI40-1001 Not Provided Process Control & Measurement / Level Sensors / Accessories compatible with any Flowline EchoPod series ultrasonic level sensor with firmware V50.0 or later.
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  • Ultrasonic Gas Flow Meters
    Ultrasonic meters include Doppler Effect meters and time of flight meters. Doppler meters measure the frequency shifts caused by liquid flow. The frequency shift is proportional to the liquid's velocity. Time of flight ultrasonic meters use the speed of the signal traveling between two transducers
  • Ultrasonic Metering for Small Water Meter Applications
    For many years, ultrasonic metering has been utilized for large scale liquid and gas measurement. However, it is a relatively new technology for small meter applications - particularly those designed for potable. water. This paper outlines ultrasonic metering operating principles and the use
  • Velocity Meters
    Velocity meters operate linearly with respect to the volume flow rate. Because there is no square-root relationship (as with differential pressure devices), their range ability is greater. Examples of velocity meters include turbine meters, electromagnetic meters, vortex meters, and ultrasonic
  • Introduction to Flow Meters
    the meter. In other velocity sensors, pipe liners can cause problems (ultrasonic), or the meter may stop functioning if the Reynolds number is too low (in vortex shedding meters, RD > 20,000 is required). In view of these considerations, mass flowmeters, which are insensitive to density, pressure
  • How Ultrasonic Flowmeters Work (.pdf)
    away, the pitch seems to drop. Ultrasonic Doppler flowmeters put this frequency shift to work in so-called dirty liquids containing acoustical discontinuities-suspended particles, entrained gas bubbles or turbulence vortexes. Ultrasonic Flowmeters How do they work? Sounding Out the Flow. How
  • Greyline DFM 5.0 Doppler Flow Meter for Crude Oil Case Study
    Wax and solids build-up were plugging off pipes and in-line flowmeters at this oil battery site in Alberta. Petrobakken Energy solved the problem by switching to Greyline DFM 5.0 Doppler Flow Meters with non-contacting ultrasonic sensors. Non-Contacting Doppler Ultrasonic Flow Meter for Crude Oil
  • Flow Research Magazine Special Report: Multi-Variable Vortex Flow Meters (.pdf)
    . Vortex flowmeters are the most versatile among the new-technology flowmeters. They can. readily measure liquids, steam, and gas. By contrast, magnetic flowmeters cannot measure gas. or steam. Coriolis and ultrasonic meters can both measure liquid and gas, but are only recently. being used
  • Modern Electronics Meet Turbine Meters
    pressure and ultrasonic flow meters. But unlike these meters, which are dependent upon electronics in order to function, the turbine meter is able to utilize electronics as an enhancement to its performance. The use of a digital transducer such as a turbine meter eliminates temperature sensitive analog
  • Safety First with Ultrasonic Sensors (.pdf)
    to translate ultrasonic emis-. sions into the audible range. They are. portable, and provide information via head-. phones for the audio signal and on a meter that. displays intensity readings, usually as decibels. They usually contain two sensing heads incor-. porating piezoelectric transducers—a scanning
  • Ultrasonic Equivalent Manufacturers use MTI-2100 Fotonic Sensor for Precise and Repeatable Vibration Measurements
    Take a look around and youâ ll be surprised to see how many products you come in contact with everyday that use ultrasonics for assembly. Diapers, plastic toys, bags and packages, to name a few, all rely on a process called ultrasonic welding. Ultrasonics is defined as acoustic frequencies above

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