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HyQuest TB1L Tipping Bucket Flow Gauge

HyQuest TB1L Tipping Bucket Flow Gauge

Description

The HyQuest TB1L Flow Gauge is an extremely durable flow meter for water drain and pipe flow measurements.

Features

  • Non-corrosive, robust PVC & stainless steel construction
  • Tipping bucket volumes of 0.5L or 1.0L
  • Measures flow rate up to 25 L/min
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The TB1L Flow Gauge is designed to handle flow rates up to 25 L/min. Suitable for measuring water flow coming out of a pipe or drain even in harsh environments, the HyQuest TB1L Flow gauge can be configured with a tipping bucket volume of 0.5L or 1.0L.

The TB1L flow gauge offers a dual reed switch output for interfacing third party data loggers and telemetry systems, such as the NexSens iSIC and SDL data loggers. Data collection options include direct-connect, landline phone, cellular, radio, Ethernet, WI-FI, and satellite telemetry.

To prevent inaccurate flow rates, the unit should be installed underneath the entire water flow on a level bracket/surface protected from strong winds. The flow gauge includes a built-in level to assist with installation.

What's Included:
  • (1) Tipping bucket flow gauge
  • (2) Sensor cables, 10m
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HyQuest TB1L Tipping Bucket Flow Gauge TB/0.5L TB1L tipping bucket flow gauge, 0.5L per tip
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