ONICON's F-4300 Clamp-on Ultrasonic Flow Meter is the non-invasive approach to highly accurate hydronic flow measurement. Using an innovative design incorporating matched transducers and easy to use hardware, it is ideal for installations in existing systems when shutdowns are impractical. The F-4300 is designed for use with pipes ranging from ½” to 48”.
The F-4300 ultrasonic flow meter is ideal for chilled water, hot water, domestic water, condenser water and boiler feeds.
ONICON's FP-4400 Portable Clamp-on Ultrasonic Flow Meter utilizes clamp-on transducers to measure flow through the pipe wall via the transit time ultrasonic measurement principle. It is a battery operated flow meter specifically designed for use on a wide range of pipe sizes and can provide a full day of use on a single charge (an AC adapter is also provided for longer flow testing). The clamp on design does NOT require a system shutdown or penetration of the pipe in any way when installing and operating this meter. Instead, precision matched signal transducers are mounted on the pipe to accurately measure flow through the pipe wall. The rugged, handheld backlit display allows for easy set up via intuitive menus.
The FP-4400 portable clamp-on ultrasonic flow meter is ideal for flow testing during test and balance. It is also useful for temporary flow monitoring in existing systems to establish baseline demand data.
ONICON's F-4600 Inline Flow Meters are designed to accurately measure the flow of water and water glycol solutions in small pipes. Meters are available for ½” – 2½” diameter pipes. The no-moving-parts design operates over a wide flow range with excellent low flow performance.
The low cost design is provided with threaded process connections, a 4-20mA analog output and a scaled dry contact pulse output for totalization.
*Optional integral LCD display with BACnet MS/TP or MODBUS RTU is available. LCD display can be mounted up to 5 feet away from flow body for visibility.
The F-4600 inline flow meter is ideal for chilled water, hot water, domestic water, condenser water, steam condensate and boiler feed water.