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Druck AquaTrans™ AT600 Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter

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***The Druck AquaTrans™ AT600 Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter is a completely configurable product. Please call for further details.***

The Druck AquaTrans™ AT600 Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter utilises ultrasound to measure the flow of portable water, wastewater, sewage, discharge water, treated water, cooling and heating water, irrigation water and a range of other industrial fluids in pipes of various sizes and materials. It is suitable for testing lined pipes and can be used with either clamp-on or wetted transducers to determine flow velocity and direction.

Utilising clamp-on transducers the operator can measure flow using a simple, non-invasive, clamp-on installation; the clamp-on transducers do not make contact with the liquid inside the pipe. The Druck AquaTrans™ AT600 Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter with clamp-on transducers can be installed in four easy steps:

1.)    Install the straps onto the pipe-under-investigation

2.)    Put the clamp-on fixture on the pipe and move the straps onto the side of the fixture

3.)    Open the fixture to set the spacing

4.)    Set the spacing and lock the fixture with the transducer onto the pipe

This easy installation method offers maximum flexibility and reduces installation costs. When used with clamp-on transducers, the Druck AquaTrans™ AT600 Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter is able to provide an accuracy of 1% of the reading.

Alternatively, the Druck AquaTrans™ AT600 Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter can be used with wetted transducers, suitable for cold-tap installations, which are placed within the pipe-under-investigation. These transducers make contact with the liquid being measured and so provide a higher accuracy; however, wetted transducers also increase installation costs and reduce the fixture’s flexibility.

The Druck AquaTrans™ AT600 Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter utilises Correlation Transit-Time™ technology to facilitate long-term, drift-free operation. Regardless as to which transducer style is utilised, both transducers in a pair serve as receivers and senders of ultrasonic acoustic pulses. Each transducer emits a specific number of acoustic pulses and receives the same number of pulses emitted by its partner transducer. The time between transmission and reception of the ultrasonic acoustic pulses is monitored in both directions.

If the liquid in the pipe is stagnant, the transit-time downstream is equivalent to the transit-time upstream. However, when the liquid is flowing the transit-time upstream is greater than the transit time downstream. The difference between the upstream and downstream transit times is proportional to the velocity of the flowing liquid and the sign indicates the direction in which the fluid is flowing.

The Druck AquaTrans™ AT600 Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter is simple- and easy-to-use. To this end, it features secure, simple access to the electronics and an intuitive menu. Its ability to adjust itself automatically in relation to changing fluid properties and its dynamically configured operating software ensure that the Druck AquaTrans™ AT600 Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter can be programmed correctly and easily. If an error is detected the flow meter will indicate this via its red- and green-light health display. 

As mentioned above, the Druck AquaTrans™ AT600 Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter is simple-to-operate and can be installed in four easy steps (when used with clamp-on transducers); it may be left on the system to monitor liquid flow over a prolonged period of time without intervention or maintenance. To this end, the Druck AquaTrans™ AT600 Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter features a compact, industrial, all-digital design with no moving parts and robust transducers; it is optimised to withstand prolonged installation in rugged environments. 

The Druck AquaTrans™ AT600 Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter combines durable, innovative BHGE engineering with Panametric’s ultrasonic expertise to produce a dependable, easy-to-use and cost-effective ultrasonic liquid flow meter. It can be installed at the process measurement point and is optimised for water and wastewater applications in full pipes.

GE Druck AquaTrans™ AT600 Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter Key Features

  • Completely configurable, please call for details
  • Utilises ultrasound to measure the flow of liquids
  • Suitable for measuring portable water, wastewater, sewage, discharge water, treated water, cooling and heating water, irrigation water and a range of other industrial fluids
  • Measure the flow of pipes of various sizes and materials
  • Suitable for testing lined pipes
  • Use with either clamp-on or wetted transducers
  • Clamp-on transducers can be used to measure flow using a simple, non-invasive, clamp-on installation
  • Clamp-on transducers do not make contact with the liquid inside the pipe
  • Clamp-on transducers can be installed in four easy steps
  • Offer maximum flexibility and reduce installation costs
  • Clamp-on transducers offer accuracy of 1% of the reading
  • Use with wetted transducers, suitable for cold-tap installations, for greater accuracy
  • Wetted transducers are installed within the pipe and make contact with the liquid
  • Wetted transducer reduce flexibility and increase installation costs
  • Utilises Correlation Transit-Time™ technology for long-term, drift-free operation
  • Transducers act as senders and receivers of a specific number of ultrasonic acoustic pulses
  • The time between transmission and reception of the ultrasonic pulses is measured in both directions
  • When the upstream and downstream transit times are the same the liquid in the pipe is stagnant
  • If the liquid is flowing, the upstream transit time will be greater than the downstream transit time
  • The difference between the upstream and downstream transit time is proportional to the velocity of the flowing liquid
  • The difference value’s sign indicates the direction that the liquid is flowing
  • Green- and red-light health indication
  • Simple, easy-to-use, intuitive design
  • Secure, simple access to the electronics and an intuitive menu
  • Automatically adjusts itself in relation to changing fluid properties
  • Dynamically configured operating software for easy programming
  • All-digital design with no moving parts means that maintenance is not required
  • Can be left on the system to monitor flow over prolonged periods without intervention
  • Compact, industrial design ensures that it can withstand prolonged installation in industrial environments
  • Combines durable, innovative BHGE engineering with Panametric’s ultrasonic expertise
  • A dependable, easy-to-use and cost-effective ultrasonic flow meter
  • Can be installed at the process measurement point
  • Optimised for water and wastewater applications

What’s Included?

  • Completely Configurable Druck AquaTrans™ AT600 Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter (please call for details)
Part CodeAT600-XXX

GE Druck AquaTrans™ AT600 Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter Technical Specifications 

Overall Operation and Performance 
Fluid Types Liquids: acoustically conductive fluids, including most clean liquids, and many liquids with small amounts of entrained solids or gas bubbles
Flow Measurement Patented Correlation Transit-TimeTM model
Pipe Sizes 2 to 24in (50 to 600mm) standard
Other sizes available upon request
Pipe Materials All metals and most plastics. Consult GE for concrete, composite materials, and highly corroded or lined pipes.
Accuracy ±1% of reading in application
±0.5% in field calibration
Installation assumes a fully developed, symmetrical flow profile (typically 10 diameters upstream and 5 diameters downstream of straight pipe run). Final installation accuracy is a function of multiple factors including fluid, temperature range, pipe centricity, and other.
Calibration All meters are water calibrated and delivered with a traceable calibration certificate.
Repeatability ±0.2% of reading
Range (Bidirectional) -40 to 40 ft/s (-12.19 to 12.19 m/s)
Rangability (Overall) 400:1
Measurement Parameters Velocity, Volumetric, and Totalized Flow
Electronics
Enclosure Epoxy-coated aluminum weatherproof Type 4X/IP67
Dimensions 6.6 x 5.0 x 2.4in (168 x 128 x 61mm)
Weight 3.5 lbs/1.5kg
Channels One channel
Display Graphic LCD (128 x 64 pixels
Keypad Six-button keypad, for full functionality operation
Error Display Indicator Green or red light
Power Supplies Standard: 85 to 265 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Optional: 12 to 28 VDC, ± 5%
Power Consumption 10 Watts in rush
5 Watts normal operation
Operating Temperature -4°F to 131°F (–20°C to 55°C)
Storage Temperature –40°F to 158°F (–40°C to 70°C)
Outputs (Based on Configuration) 4-20mA (24VDC powered, 600Ω maximum load, 1500 VDC Isolation)
Frequency, Pulse, Alarm (Passive output, 100VDC, 1A/1W maximum, 1500 VDC isolation)
HART (FSK modulation, Category Flow, Protocol Version 7.5, Device Revision 2, MFG ID 157, Device Type Code 127, Number of device variables 34)
Modbus/RS485 (Half-duplex, 1500 VDC Isolation)
Analogue outputs Namur NE 43 compliant
Certification CE, UL, CSA, MCert
Clamp-On Ultrasonic Flow Transducers
Temperature Ranges Standard: -40°F to 302°F (-40°C to 150°C)
Optional: -328°F to 752°F (-200°C to 400°C)
See specific transducer for exact temperature range.
Mounting Fixture Anodized aluminum with stainless steel strapping
Couplant Solid couplant standard
Rating Standard: General purpose (IP66 or IP68) See transducer for exact rating
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