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Portable Current Meter

The portable current meter is a new type of current measuring instrument which is light, reliable, cheap and with low attack consumption. It is mainly composed of underwater mainframe, above-water data terminal and other parts, using three-core light cable to transmit the signal, and can bear the weight of the underwater detector. 

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Technical parameter

Velocity range 3-350cm/s
Velocity accuracy ≤±1.5%
Starting velocity 3cm/s
Current direction range 0-360℃
Current direction accuracy ≤±4℃
Cable length 50-100m
Measurement period 3, 15, 30mins
Power supply DC 6V (4×1.5V)
Operating temperature -10—+45℃
Storage temperature -15—+55℃
Relative humidity No greater than 95%
Dimensions & Weight 620x520x220 18KG

1. Small size, easy to carry

  The instrument has a solid structure, beautiful and generous appearance; small size, easy to carry.

2. Good dynamic characteristics

  Instrument design principle is novel, using new shaping technology, wave impact is small, good dynamic characteristics.

3. Double sealing system

  All sealing parts of the underwater detector adopt double sealing system, with good watertight performance.

4. Building block design

  The instrument can work satisfactorily without any peripheral equipment in accordance with the digital direct reading mode. There is           an audio prompt after completing the measurement, and the flow rate/flow direction is repeatedly displayed alternately for 8 times.

5. Low power consumption measurement system

  The instrument uses low-power microcontroller to process the measurement data. The whole machine runs with low power                           consumption, and the first battery can work continuously for 300h.

The instrument can be used to measure the velocity and direction of water flow at different depths in oceans, harbors, rivers, lakes, reservoirs and estuaries, and is especially suitable for use in ultra-shallow waters. It can also measure the velocity and direction of surface currents by floating the detector off the hull.

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