Made of fibre composite, the new Sontex Superstatic 789 compact heat meter is sturdy and light. It is known for its precision and reliability thanks to the static measurement principle.
The new Sontex Superstatic 789 compact heat meter of fibre composite for heating/cooling applications is the logical evolution of the use of the principle of fluidic oscillation which, thanks to its accuracy and reliability of measurement, is a reference in the measuring of thermal energy.
All the benefits and features of fluidic oscillation were adapted and integrated into a compact shape for a flow of qp 1.5 – 2.5 m³/h. While its total weight has been reduced by half, it retains its shape despite temperature differences and devices have been introduced to guarantee mechanical resistance.
Based on the latest piezo technology, the new flow sensor, which is also suitable for glycol mixtures, is equipped with a detachable multifunction integrator with a wide range of communication options. This covers many applications and ensures its trouble-free integration into a district heating network or a building management system.
- The heat and cooling meters Superstatic 789 are optimized for the measurement and calculation of energy consumption in district or local heating systems.
- For flow of qp 1.5 m3 /h
- Permanent flow detection thanks to the fluidic oscillation measuring principle
- Flow meter of High-Tech Composite lightweight and robust
- Corrosion resistant materials No moving parts, thus no wear
- Not sensitive to dirt
- Direct pick-up of voltage pulses without reflectors
- Long-term stability, accurate and reliable measurement
- Easy to operate and read
- Non-volatile EEPROM memory
- 18 monthly energy values for heat energy, volume, cooling energy and for the additional pulse inputs 1 and 2 and for the set day values
- The Superstatic 789 is suitable for all communication environments: - Optical interface, self-powered M-Bus, bi-directional radio, Wireless M-Bus (OMS compatible) and two pulses output
- Two pulses inputs
- Self-monitoring of conditions