Water > Monitoring devices

Monitoring power use in irrigation systems

23 May, 2014 by Wayne Brown, Mottech

Although water is the number one key input into an irrigation system, energy also plays an obvious role. This is so much the case that it is becoming an increasingly expensive input in running irrigation systems, both in agricultural and municipal applications.

Metasphere Point Orange intelligent logger

16 May, 2014

Metasphere is introducing an intelligent logger called Point Orange to the Australian water market. The unit is designed to provide flexible outstations that are multipurpose and multifunctional.

Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment Global Data Transmitter Multiple

10 May, 2014

Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment has launched the Global Data Transmitter Multiple - a modem that provides end users all over the world with a safe and reliable way to always have continuous data sets.

OTT MF pro electromagnetic current meter

09 May, 2014

The OTT MF pro handheld current meter is a user-friendly, low-maintenance electromagnetic current meter, designed specifically to simplify in-stream discharge measurement.

Turner Designs C-sense in situ pCO2 sensor

08 May, 2014

Turner Designs offers C-sense, a compact, lightweight pCO2 sensor for measuring the partial pressure of gas in liquids. Designed for applications involving immersion in water, oil or water and oil mixtures, the product combines an oil-resistant membrane interface with a compact, temperature-compensated, non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) detector.

Dwyer Instruments Model UFM compact ultrasonic flow meter

30 April, 2014

The Model UFM is a clamp-on ultrasonic flow meter which implements the transit-time difference to measure flow rates in pipes non-invasively.

Dwyer Instruments Series WD3 Water Leak Detector

28 April, 2014

The Series WD3 Water Leak Detector, from Dwyer Instruments, protects equipment from water damage by detecting the presence of water in drip pans in air handler units; under raised floors in data centres; or on floors around sump pumps and drains.

Emerson Rosemount 3051S MultiVariable wireless pressure transmitter

23 April, 2014

Emerson Process Management has introduced the Rosemount 3051S MultiVariable wireless pressure transmitter, designed to directly measure two process variables in one installation so users can gain greater insight into their process without increasing installation costs.

International Leak Detection Electric Field Vector Mapping (EFVM) method

03 April, 2014

International Leak Detection (ILD) provides roofing and waterproofing integrity testing with its Electric Field Vector Mapping (EFVM) testing method. The leak detection method is based on the measurement of the current flow between a non-conductive membrane surface and a conductive substrate eg, a concrete rooftop, balconies, planter box etc which is earthed or grounded.

McCrometer FPI-X Dual Sensor Electromagnetic Flow Meter

26 March, 2014

Process and plant engineers contending with swirl and other flow disturbances in the line will find the FPI-X Dual Sensor Electromagnetic Flow Meter from McCrometer delivers accurate and repeatable measurements under extreme flow conditions. The flow meter achieves ±0.5% accuracy under severe swirling flows, as it is designed for use in close proximity to cascading or multiple pump arrays.

Dwyer Instruments Model ULSS ultrasonic level sensor

26 February, 2014

The level sensor has a narrow beam width and a short, selectable dead band. It is suitable for use with dirty, corrosive or sticky fluids, as well as in bulk containers, small tanks and sumps.

Dwyer Instruments Model ULSL Ultrasonic Level Sensor

18 February, 2014

Dwyer Instruments has announced the Model ULSL Ultrasonic Level Sensor. The product provides non-contact, continuous ultrasonic level measurement of fluids for applications up to 5.5 m.

Australian Pump Industries hydrotesters

13 February, 2014

Australian Pump Industries has developed a complete range of hydrostatic test equipment designed for testing underground and surface-mounted pipelines.

Monitoring rainwater with Talking Tanks

03 February, 2014

It may sound like something out of a science fiction film - innovative artificial intelligence that interprets data and takes action - but through an industry-led project, Australia has opened the floodgates to intelligent rainwater tank systems.

Weka visual level indicators

31 January, 2014

Control Components locally builds magnetic level gauges in Australia under licence to Weka. Typically used in place of a sight glass to provide a visual indication of the liquid level in a tank, the process liquid never comes into contact with the brightly coloured indication flags, so tank levels can be read for years without needing any further maintenance.

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