From tensile to signal strength, different cable meters are available per the application.
Flow meters are devices generally used to measure the flow rate of fluids or gases through a conduit.
Coriolis Flow Meters
Coriolis flow meters measure the mass flow ratings of a wide variety of liquids, including: vapors, chemicals, caustic, acids, water, etc.
Differential Pressure Flow Meters
Differential pressure flow meters measure the inferential flow rates of a variety of vapors, gases, and liquids in pipes.
Electromagnetic Flow Meters
Electromagnetic flow meters operate via electromagnetic induction on a conducting fluid in a constantly reversed magnetic field.
Energy Flow Meters
Energy Flow meters are designed for measurement of energy in a conveyance system such as heat or electromagnetic levels.
In-Line Flow Meters
In-Line Flow Meters are often used in fluid conveyance applications to give a visual read out of flow through tubing, piping or a channel.
Low Flow Flow Meters
Low flow flow meters measure a wide range of liquids with low flow rates, including: pastes, thick oils, liquified gases, diesel oil, light fuel oil, etc.
Mass Flow Meters
Mass flow meters often use heated elements and temperature sensor to measure flow rates of a medium of known heat and density by guaging the static and flowing heat transfer.
Open Channel Flow Meters
Open channel flow meters are used to measure the flow of fluids that are open to the environment and generally consist of a primary device, transducer, and transmitter.
Optical Flow Meters
Optical flow meters utilize light to measure flow rate, commonly employing lasers and photodetectors.
Positive Displacement Flow Meters
Positive displacement flow meters measure volumetric flow rates via mechanical displacement of meter components.
Steam Flow Meters
Steam flow meters are used to measure steam and are available in a variety of styles such as orifice plate, turbine, variable area, spring loaded, direct inline, vortex shedding and pitot tube.
Turbine Flow Meters
Turbine flow meters utilize a rotating turbine to gauge fluid or gas movement speeds.
Ultrasonic Flow Meters
Ultrasonic flow meters measure the difference of the transit time of ultrasonic pulses propagating in and against flow direction of the given medium.
Variable Area Flow Meters
Variable area flow meters are commonly referred to as rotameter and consist of tapered glass tube containing a float that is raised by the flow of a fluid and dropped by gravity.