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FloWav Phaser V1000 Portable Velocity Meter

FloWav Phaser V1000 Portable Velocity Meter

Description

The Phaser V1000 introduces the same technology as police radar guns for use in measuring surface velocity in sewer and water systems, rivers and streams.

Features

  • Great for velocity calibrations or spot checking
  • Easy to read LCD with backlight
  • Vertical and horizontal angle compensation
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The Phaser V1000 uses directional Doppler radar to measure surface velocity in open channel flow sewer and water systems, rivers and streams. This handheld velocimeter incorporates a tilt sensor to automatically compensate for vertical error, and has an adjustable horizontal angle to compensate for cosine angle error. Unlike other handheld flow meters, the Phaser V1000 is capable of taking velocity measurements at shallow flow depths (<2 ft).

 

To take a flow measurement, point the Phaser V1000 at the water surface, then pull and hold the trigger. Surface velocities can be measured flowing from either direction.

What's Included:
  • (1) Phaser V1000 Portable Velocity Meter
  • (1) 12VDC Vehicle Charger
  • (1) Hard-Sided Carrying Case
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