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Configure this flow monitor without opening its enclosure

By Chemical Engineering |

Badger Meter

Badger Meter

The Blancett B3100 Series flow monitor (photo) is a flexible, digital signal-processing platform for demanding flow-metering applications. Data logging, remote data access and programming are available without opening the instrument’s enclosure. The display shows flowrate, total flow, measuring units and a flowrate-indicating speedometer, with hourly flow totals and settings easily logged in an archive. The B3100 flow monitor processes a frequency output from a flowmeter and interprets the signal to calculate flowrate and total flow simultaneously with 16-point linearization of the flow curve (with interpolation) for improved accuracy. The unit features simplified K-factor and engineering unit configuration for volumetric or mass readings. The B3100 is explosion-proof, and a 1-in. NPT thread is provided for flowmeter mounting. — Badger Meter, Inc., Milwaukee, Wisc.

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