Hach US9000 Ultrasonic Sensors
The Hach US9000 Ultrasonic Sensor series provides a variety of independent level-measuring capabilities.Full product information
- Reduces need for site visits, meter adjustments or sensor cleaning
- Transmits data and alarms to your desktop or mobile phone.
- Virtual access to real-time data increases your timely knowledge of every event.
- Eliminates inherent ultrasonic deadband
The Hach US9000 Ultrasonic Sensor Series provides you with a variety of independent level-measuring capabilities, giving you even more ways to ensure your flow data collection is consistent and accurate. These state-of-the-art non-contact sensors are excellent for both level measurement and alarming and can be paired with a Submerged AV sensor for redundant level measurement.
Hach US9001 Down-Looking Ultrasonic Sensor
Mounted perpendicular to the flow surface, the Hach US9001 Down-Looking Ultrasonic Sensor provides non-contact level measurement and is often used with a hydraulic structure to determine flow, including weirs, flumes and configurable level-area and head-flow tables.
Hach US9001B Ultrasonic Sensor with Ballast
The US9001B includes a cable-straightening ballast to create a highly reliable SSO and CSO alarming solution when paired with a wireless Hach FL900 Series Flow Logger. With highly accessible top-side mounting options, which don’t require confined space entry, installation and maintenance is quick and simple.
Hach US9003 In-Pipe Ultrasonic Sensor
The Hach US9003 In-Pipe Ultrasonic Sensor is configured to eliminate inherent ultrasonic deadband and provide accurate measurements in near-full pipe conditions. This intelligent approach places the transducer parallel to the flow surface within an engineered enclosure that contains a 45° reflector. As a result, you can effectively collect flow level data in tight open-channel scenarios while greatly reducing this non-contact sensor’s chances of fouling. When combined with a Hach Submerged AV Sensor and Hach FL900 Series Flow Logger you have a highly effective Redundant-Level Monitoring System.
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