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Accurate Measurement with the FLO-DAR AV Sensor

The FLO-DAR AV sensor is a great solution for no contact and maintenance-free sewer flow monitoring, whether portable or permanent. It is specifically design for open channel flow monitoring applications, making it a flow meter you should have on hand for wastewater, collection systems, and industrial water. 

It uses Digital Doppler Radar velocity sensing and an ultrasonic pulse eco depth sensor technologies to allow for open channel flow measurement without the need to be in contact with any fluids. Hach FL900 Series Flow Loggers in both wireless and standard form make for on-the-go monitoring, but for permanent power application sites, the FLO-DAR AV Sensor may be connected to the FL1500. 

You will get accurate measurements with collection system meters like the FLO-DAR AV Sensor. It can measure multiple flow types and performs well in most site conditions. 

It is also quite easy to install and maintain. The sensor is fixed above the flow, so your crew will have virtually no contact with the stream during an installation process. If you wish to remove the sensor in the future to replace it, you can do so without entering confined spaces. 

The FLO-Dar AV Sensor has an accuracy that can last for three years without the need to have the unit calibrated. 

The Avanti Company offers the FLO-DAR AV Sensor to help make metering for the utility industry faster and more efficient. Please visit us online to learn more. 

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