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AquaMaster 3 offers even greater power to the user

Posted: Monday 4th February 2013

ABB’s AquaMaster 3 electromagnetic water flowmeter offers an expanded range of power source options, making it ideal for water billing and leakage applications in virtually any location. The AquaMaster 3 adds a renewable power version alongside the existing mains and battery power options.

A simple DC (6-21V) connection can be hooked up to sources as small as a 5W solar panel or 60W equivalent wind supply. When coupled with its use of super capacitor energy storage technology, this feature totally eliminates the need for either mains or battery power, making the AquaMaster 3 suitable for use in even the remotest locations.

Installing the AquaMaster 3 is made simple by its use of ABB’s ‘fit and flow’ intelligent installation technology. With this technology, all aspects of an installation are stored within the sensor. When connected to a transmitter, all of this information is automatically uploaded from the sensor, greatly simplifying the installation and commissioning process.

ABB also offers users its CalMaster2 in-situ verification service for the AquaMaster 3. Performed by an ABB service engineer, this service verifies a meter’s current operational status and also predicts any potential future faults. Users are issued with a traditional calibration verification certificate complete with an uncertainty statement.

For more information, please email or call 0870 600 6122

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