First self-monitoring for Ultrasonic Flow Measurement

The measurement technology manufacturer Nivus is now equipping the NivuFlow 750 flow measurement system with self-monitoring intelligence. Measurement place operators benefit from higher operational reliability. They obtain targeted function checks and can schedule maintenance as needed.

Thanks to the help of the self-diagnosis function, the measured values and the functionality of the sensor system are checked for plausibility. This is done by continuously monitoring the signal quality. In this way, negative influences on the measurement values or on the sensors are detected and transmitted to the operator using status messages. Operators benefit from increased system availability and can e.g. carry out maintenance precisely as soon as it is necessary.

The NivuFlow 750 flow measurement system is mainly used for accurate flow measurements in slight to heavily polluted water. Typical fields of application are: wastewater treatment plants, sewer networks, overflow structures, industrial wastewater networks, billing measurement places, dischargers, drainage lines, return sludge lines and recirculation lines





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