March 2012

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New Developments

Portable flowmeter offers rapid response The new DXN portable ultrasonic flow and heat meter is said to be built on a truly unique, rugged hardware platform that leverages modern micro-processing..

Portable flowmeter offers rapid response   The new DXN portable ultrasonic flow and heat meter is said to be built on a truly unique, rugged hardware platform that leverages modern micro-processing and digital signal processing. “With extremely rapid response times on the order of 20 milliseconds and faster, DXN can handle some of the toughest applications out there,” said John Erskine, vice president of sales and marketing for Dynasonics. DXN is available in various kit configurations, from a basic kit that includes two sets of transit-time transducers, cabling and a convenient compact carrying case—all the way up to a complete kit that includes transit time,

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