Remote Volume Pulser
The pulser provides a dry-contact switch closure from two separated magnetic reed switches during each revolution of the meter index drive. The timing of the two switch closures is separated by approximately a 90°turn of the index drive.The RVP-FI Pulser is installed over the meter index drive using the holes in the meter body used for the index box.The existing index and index box become part of the Pulser during installation.Contact closures are supplied by normally open Form A switches. One side of each switch is connected in common.The output of each switch is available through an integral,12-foot cable along with a common connection for each switch. The cable also includes access to a loop for floating tamper-detection circuits as well as a connection to the common when needed for tamper detection.
Inexpensive and reliable, the ScanCounter T210 is the cost effective solution to meter reading access problems. The ScanCounter T210 electronic outreader is designed specifically for accurate counting of water meter pulse outputs. It incorporates an easy to read display.
RegistRead for gas meters is for test dial, at 2 pulses/revolution or 10 pulses per revolution. Retrofits to American, Rockwell, Sprague and National
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Pulser for Roots LM and LL Series Meters
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IMAC X Pulser
Elster American RPM Rotary Pulser
Elster Meter Services Needle Valves are used for many gas and liquid measurement and control applications. Orfice meter gauge line connections, shut-off valves for pressure gauges, odorizers, sampling devices and other high pressure applications
When the weather turns cold, regulator vents can freeze shut – preventing the regulator’s diaphragm chamber from breathing. This is a common problem among utilities doing business in areas that experience melting snow or freezing rain. Nothing is quite as simple or effective as Splashguard.
Swirl is a condition where the gas velocity is not totally parallel to the axis of the pipe but has a spiral component. It may be caused by complex piping, control and/or shutoff valves, elbows or other fittings in the meter/regulator station. Swirl in the direction of the rotor rotation will cause a turbine meter to over-register and vice-versa for swirl in the opposite direction of the rotor. Elster American Meter Straightening Vanes straighten the gas flow to a normal pattern, enabling accurate measurement by the downstream turbine meter.