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Introducing Our New InnovaSonic 207i Ultrasonic Liquid Flow Meter


May 15, 2017

For Liquid Flow Metering, Optimized for Thermal Energy/ BTU


Sierra is proud to announce the new InnovaSonic 207i ultrasonic liquid flow meter with thermal energy/BTU capability.  Designed, built and calibrated by Sierra in Monterey, California for non-intrusive liquid flow metering, and optimized for thermal energy/BTU measurement, the 207i transit-time ultrasonic flow meter is the ideal turnkey solution for building and district metering, and submetering.

The 207i is the first transit-time ultrasonic flow meter to come with a comprehensive software app package. Use apps for easy setup, field upgrades, and validation of hardware and firmware.  Watch video for more information.

Experience InnovaSonic® 207i Innovation



  • High Accuracy: Real-time dynamic density and heat capacity calculation as liquid temperature changes

  • Ease-of-use and installation with software apps

  • Clamp-on or insertion/optional RTDs for Thermal Energy/BTU

  • Entire system calibrated as a package

  • Flow range from 0.16 to 40 feet/sec (0.05 to 12 meters/sec)

  • Pipe sizes from 2 to 236 inches (50 to 6000 mm)


With the launch of the InnovaSonic 207i ultrasonic today, Sierra is now only USA company to design and manufacture what we call the BIG-3 flow measurement technologies– Immersible Thermal, Vortex Shedding, and Transit-Time Ultrasonic.

Stay tuned, in the weeks to come, there will be more Sierra BIG-3 news to share.

Get to know our new InnovaSonic 207i today.

Matthew Olin, President & CEO
Written By:
Matthew Olin, President & CEO
Sierra Instruments

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