EESiFlo-6000 Spec’s Manuals & Guides

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Questions & Answers for the EESiFlo 6000

Question – What are the advantages of using the EESiFlo 6000 ?

Answer - The EESiFlo 6000 is a dual-channel, dual mode clamp-on liquid ultrasonic flow meter capable of measuring liquid flow through two different pipes from ¼ inch to 256 inch in diameter, at the same time, in either Doppler or Transit Time modes. It is capable of storing 100,000 measurements, and making data available via RS232, analog (4 to 20 mA) and digital (binary) outputs.

Question - What type of pipes will the EESiFlo 6000 measure ?

Answer - The EESiFlo 6000 is capable of measuring the flow of most liquids through any type of rigid piping or tubing, including all stainless, carbon, Hastelloy, titanium, glass, fiberglass, PVC, PTFE and numerous others.

Question - What size pipes will the EESiFlo 6000 measure ?

Answer - The EESiFlo 6000 will measure liquid flow through pipes ranging in size from ¼  inch to 256 inches in diameter through 4 different transducer sizes. A single pair of “S” transducers will measure pipes from ¼ inch to 1½ inches in diameter, “Q” transducers will measure pipes from 1” to 16” in diameter; “M” transducers will measure pipes from 4” to 100 inches in diameter and a pair of “K” transducers will measure pipes from 4 inch to 256 inches in diameter.

Question - What are the Min/Max flow rates the EESiFlo 6000 can measure ?

Answer – regardless of the Pipe or Transducer size, the EESiFlo 6000 will measure flows from 0.4 in/sec to 65 ft/sec in all fluids.

Question - Can the EESiFlo 6000 store data ?

Answer – The EESiFlo 6000 is capable of storing 100,000 data sets in time stamped data. Various forms of raw and manipulated data can be stored and recovered with the EESiData software application that will accompany every EESiFlo 6000.

Question – Can the EESiFlo 6000 function as an Energy Meter ?

Answer -  When combined with the optional clamp-on temperature sensors, the EESiFlo 6000 is capable of calculating generated or consumed energy in Watts or Jules

Question - What type of outputs does the EESiFlo 6000 have ?

Answer – The EESiFlo 6000 is capable of outputting data via RS232 Serial Port, via analog (4 to 20 mA) or digital (binary) outputs. Each of these outputs can be uniquely configured by the end user to match the current application.

Question - What should I consider while renting the EESiFlo 6000 ?

Question - Where are the Specifications for the EESiFlo 6000 Flow Meter?
Answer – The Specifications for the EESiFlo 6000 can be downloaded here.

Question - Where are the Manuals for the EESiFlo 6000 ?

Answer – The Operations Manual for the EESiFlo 6000 can be downloaded  here.

Question - Where are the Quick Start Guides for the EESiFlo 6000 ?

Answer – The Quick Start Guide for the EESiFlo 6000 can be downloaded  here.

Question - Where is the Rental Agreement Form for the EESiFlo 6000 ?

Answer -  the Rental Agreement Form for the EESiFlo 6000 can be found here.

Question - What is included in the EESiFlo 6000 Rental Kit ?

Answer – The Rental Kit for the EESiFlo 6000 will contain the 6000 Flow Computer, a single pair of Transducers matched to measure the pipe ranges you indicate, battery charging wall adapter, acoustic coupling compound, Mounting Chains and Mounting Clips, Instruction Manuals, Quick Start Guides, EESiData software for Windows, communications (RS232) cabling.

Question - What will I need to know before installing the EESiFlo 6000 ?

Answer – Before undertaking any measurements with the EESiFlo 6000 you must know the Outside Diameter and Wall Thickness of the pipe you’re measuring plus the approximate temperature of the fluid inside. Once you input these values, the EESiFlo 6000 will recommend a transducer mounting separation distance.

Question - Can I adjust the 4-20 mA outputs ?

Answer – The 4-20 mA outputs of the EESiFlo 6000 can be user adjusted to any range of values you’d like.

Question – Where should I mount the transducers ?

Answer – A three page document shows you the optimal mounting location for securing transducers onto pipes. This document can be downloaded here.

Question – How do I charge the batteries in the EESiFlo 6000 ?

Answer – The document which defines battery charging can be downloaded here.

Question – How do I setup the 4 to 20 mA output in the EESiFlo 6000 ?

Answer – A document detailing the procedures required to setup the 4 to 20 mA current output features of the EESiFlo 6000 can be downloaded here.

Question – How do I setup the data logging feature of the EESiFlo 6000 ?

Answer – A document detailing the setup and management of the Data Logging features inside the EESiFlo 6000 can be downloaded here.

Question – How do I change the EESiFlo 6000 between Doppler and Transit Time Modes ?

Answer – A document detailing the process of changing from Doppler to Transit Time modes inside the EESiFlo 6000 can be downloaded here.