Q-Eye Radar portable
Pulse-Wave FFT Technology
In some applications it is an advantage to have a non contact flow measurement. When combining both Radar and Water level transmitter into a hybrid flowmeter, they provide a revolutionary approach to open channel and sewer flow monitoring. Combined are pulse wave radar velocity sensing technology with ultrasonic pulse echo level sensing to measure open channel flows.
As it is often required to carry out the measurements only for a few weeks or months to obtain representative data, HydroVision is offering the mobile version of its Q-Eye Radar flowmeter.
|Sensor||1 x velocity 1 x water level (optional)|
|Resolution||1 mm/s; min. wave height 3mm|
|Accuracy||< 2,5 % of the reading ( under normal flow conditions )|
|Display||4 lines, 20 characters|
|Datalogger||16 GB Micro SD card|
|Communication||WLAN, LAN (option), Ethernet RJ45 (option)|
|Inputs||max. 2 x 4-20 mA|
|2x rechargeable batteries, hot swappable|
Non Contact Velocity Sensor
|Measuring Principle||Radar, 24 GHz|
|Velocity Range||± 0,05 m/s to ± 15,0 m/s typical|
|Resolution||1 mm/s, min. wave height 3mm|
|Min. Distance to water surface||0,2 m|
|Max. Distance to water surface||10 m|
|Operating Temp.||-20°C … +70°C|
|Housing||100x100x42 mm (HxWxD)|
Compact Ultrasonic Level Transmitter
English: Ultrasonic Water Level sensors (PDF)
Versatile contact-free flow measurement
Q-Eye Radar MT is an extremely versatile flow measurement system designed for continuous operation and suitable for measurements of flows not only in rivers and open channels, but also in municipal wastewater and storm water sewers. Compact construction combined with the contact-free measurement principle enables an easy installation and use.
The ultrasonic depth sensor operates by energizing a piezoelectric transducer with an electronic pulse. This pulse creates a pressure wave that travels to the flow surface where a portion returns to the transducer. Our transmitter offers the best in liquid measurement. It is easy to install, eliminates maintenance caused by sensor fouling and your personnel do not get in contact with the fluid during installation.