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MJP Student Stream Flowmeter

Ideal for student projects and practical river and irrigation studies and management.

Item #: 94305
$249.95
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Description

MJP Student Stream Flowmeter

Revolutions of impeller are sensed electronically and transmitted to a hand-held counter unit that features start, stop, and clear functions. Revolutions per unit of time can be translated into stream velocity using a conversion chart. May be used in brackish water or salt water. Fitted with a re-settable LCD counter, this flowmeter eliminates the need for tiresome calculations. Comes complete with PVC pole mounted with an impeller which collapses into four sections for easy storage and carrying, three stream bed elevation rods, protective carrying pouch for counter, weather-proof storage case, instruction manual, and comparison charts.

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Quick Specs

MPN ZMFP51
UNSPSC 41112500
Other
Materials: PVC impeller poles, stainless steel impeller shaft, plastic impeller. Dimensions: Overall pole length: 3.3´. Four individual sections: 9.8˝ each. Cable: 3.3´. Elevation rods: 9.8˝, 4.9˝, and 2.5˝. Data Readout: LCD counter; 800 counts per minute; re-setting. Sensor Type: Magnetic. Range: Approximately 0.05m/sec to 8.0m/sec. Accuracy: ±7%. Power: 2 AAA batteries (included).

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Anonymous

performed poorly at low velocity and eventually completely stop working

Anonymous

This meter is lightweight, portable, and easy to use, but not very durable. The display unit cannot get wet, which is a challenge as this instrument is made for taking measurements in water... The display often starts counting at numbers greater than zero (perhaps a result of getting wet), which means you have to pay attention and subtract this number from your total. Overall, it's okay if you are more concerned with convenience and price and less so with precision.