The 2160 LaserFlow Module uses non-contact Laser Doppler Velocity technology and non-contact Ultrasonic Level technology to remotely measure open-channel flow. The sensor has advanced technology to measure velocity with a laser beam at single or multiple points below the surface of the wastewater stream.
The LaserFlow is ideal for a broad range of wastewater monitoring applications.
During submerged conditions, flow measurement continues without interruption with optional Doppler Ultrasonic Area Velocity technology.
In field use, the 2160 is typically powered either by two alkaline, or Teledyne ISCO Rechargeable Lead-acid batteries, within a 2191 Battery Module. Other power options (including solar) are available.
Rugged, submersible enclosure fulfills IP68 enclosure requirements.
The quick-connect sensor can be easily removed and interchanged in the field without requiring recalibration.
Up to four 2100 Series flow modules can be networked by stacking and/or extension cables.
Modbus output interface
Portable or permanent flow measurement for CSO, SSO, I&I, SSEs, CMOM, and other sewer monitoring programs
Shallow flow measurement in large and small pipes.
Wastewater treatment plant influent, process, and effluent flow measurement.
Stormwater conveyance and outfall (sunshade required)
Irrigation canals and channels (sunshade required)