InnovaMass® 240V (Volumetric Vortex Meter)
In-line Volumetric Vortex Meter
Sierra's Model 240V In-line Volumetric Vortex Meter provides a direct reading of volumetric flow for liquids, steam or constant density gases. Product accuracy is ± 1% of rate for liquids and 0.7% of rate for gases and steam over a 30:1 range. The Model 220 is hazardous area approved for FM, CSA, ATEX and CE and available in flow body sizes from 1/4-inch up to 8-inches.
The Model 240V allows for a constant density input to calculate mass flow for incompressible fluids or constant density gas or steam flow. The product features loop power, simple installation with ANSI flanges and a 4-20 loop output. A separate totalizer pulse output is also standard. Smart electronics provides access to all measured variables and programming menus.
Our digital communications solutions offer engineers and systems integrators, full industrial system integration and networking capability with Sierra's vortex flow meters. Digital communications solutions include: BACnet, HART, Modbus RTU, and Profibus DP. This flexibility of communication features offers turnkey solutions for integration of Sierra's vortex flow meters into any industrial automation system or application.
The sophisticated on-board flow computer also incorporates AGA-8 algorithms for natural gas measurement to reduce billing and contract disputes. Smart electronics provide access to all measured variables and programming menus, and permit field-configuration directly from the control panel or workstation via RS485, MODBUS HART, BACnet protocols.
Product accuracy is ± 1% of rate for liquids and 1.5% of rate for gases and steam over a 30:1 range. The Model 240 is hazardous area approved by FM, CSA, and CE.
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