Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Webinar - The Latest on Teledyne LaserFlow, Extreme Applications - July 25

Water and Wastewater Webinar:
The Latest on LaserFlow, Extreme Applications
  • Wednesday, July 25, 2018
  • 10:00 AM CST
  • Speaker: Rick Dey, Key Accounts Manager - Flow Meter Products
LaserflowThis webinar will discuss how the LaserFlow is being used where other technologies have failed. Low velocity, high velocity, deep or shallow water; situations like these are no problem for the LaserFlow.

The LaserFlow™ velocity sensor remotely measures flow in open channels with non-contact Laser Doppler Velocity technology and non-contact Ultrasonic Level technology. The sensor uses advanced technology to measure velocity with a laser beam at single or multiple points below the surface of the wastewater stream.
  • The sensor uses an ultrasonic level sensor to measure the level and determines a sub-surface point to measure velocity. The sensor then focuses its laser beam at this point and measures the frequency shift of the returned light.
  • An industry first, a touch-button interface for an intuitive user experience and tool-free operation.
  • The LaserFlow is ideal for a broad range of wastewater monitoring applications.
  • SafeSwap enables safe and quick replacement of gas sensors without turning off the instrument.
  • During submerged conditions, flow measurement continues without interruption with optional continuous wave Doppler Ultrasonic Area Velocity technology.
  • With its specially designed mounting bracket in place, the LaserFlow can be deployed and removed from street level. This avoids the risk and expense of confined space entry. A variety of communication options enable programming and data retrieval from a remote location. Information about data quality can be recorded and transmitted with the flow data.
  • Additionally, built-in diagnostic tools simplify installation, maintenance, and advanced communication options reduce site visits.