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  1. Data Industrial 380 Series BTU System

    The Series 380 BTU meter is an all-in-one energy usage package for monitoring hydronic heating or cooling systems. This meter accurately measures flow and temperature differential to compute energy and can interface with many existing control systems.

    The rugged design incorporates an impeller flow sensor and two temperature probes. One temperature probe is conveniently mounted directly in the flow sensor tee. The second is placed on either the supply or the return line, depending on the application. These minimal connections help simplify installation and save time.

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  2. Data Industrial 310 Series Analog Transmitter

    The Data Industrial Series 310 from Badger Meter is a loop-powered, programmable 4-20mA transmitter designed to accept relatively fast, un-scaled raw pulses from devices like flow sensors and then transmit a linear analog signal of desired scaling and units of measure. In addition to standard Data Industrial flow sensors, the Series 310 can also accept a sine wave making it a versatile transmitter for numerous applications.

     

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  3. Data Industrial 320 Series Pulse Transmitter

    The Data Industrial Series 320 from Badger Meter is a compact, programmable transmitter designed to accept relatively fast un-scaled raw pulses from devices like flow sensors and then output slow scaled pulses of programmable width, pulse resolution, and units of measure. In addition to our standard Data Industrial flow sensors, the Series 320 can also accept a sine wave signal making it a versatile transmitter for numerous applications.

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  4. Data Industrial 330 Series Relay Transmitter

    The Model 330 is a compact, programmable relay control capable of converting the signal from a Data Industrial flow sensor into a flow switch. With an onboard microcontroller and digital circuitry, the Model 330 is programmed from a Windows® based computer program. This eliminates the need to set dip switches or potentiometers and produces precise, accurate and drift free control of the relay outputs. In addition to accepting the Data Industrial square wave signal, the Model 330 can accept other pulse and sine wave inputs.

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  5. Data Industrial 340 BN/MB BTU Energy Transmitter

    The Data Industrial 340 BN/MB Btu Energy Transmitter from Badger Meter is an economical, compact device for sub-metering applications utilizing the BACnet™ or Modbus® communications protocol. The 340 BN/MB Btu Energy Transmitter calculates thermal energy using the signal from a flow sensor installed in a hydronic heating or chilled water system, and the signals from two 10k Ω temperature thermistors, 100 Ω RTDs, or 1000 Ω RTDs installed in the system's inlet and outlet points. The flow input may be provided by any Data Industrial sensor and many other pulse or sine wave signal flow sensors.

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  6. Data Industrial 340LW Series LonWorks BTU Transmitter

    The Data Industrial Series 340LW Btu transmitter is an economical, compact device for sub-metering applications requiring addressable network output capabilities using the LonWorks® protocol. The 340LW calculates thermal energy using the signal from a flow sensor installed in a closed pipe system, and the signals from two 10kW temperature thermistors installed in the systems inlet and outlet points. The flow input may be provided by any Data Industrial sensor and many other pulse or sine wave signal flow sensors.

     

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  7. Data Industrial 340N2 Series Metasys BTU Transmitter

    The Data Industrial Series 340N2 Btu transmitter from Badger Meter is an economical, compact device for sub-metering applications using Johnson Controls Metasys® Network Companion™ and Facilitator™ Supervisory Systems. The Series 340N2 calculates thermal energy by measuring liquid flow in a closed pipe hydronic system by integrating the flow and temperature inputs. The Series 340N2 can accept the signal from any Data Industrial raw pulse flow sensor, as well as many other pulse and sine wave devices. Temperature inputs are accepted from standard 10K Ω (Type II) thermistors.

     

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  8. Data Industrial Insertion Style Flow Sensors - 220 Series

    220 Series sensors are specifically designed for installation in underground vaults that might be subjected to flooding. As the liquid flow turns the impeller, a low impedance 8V DC square wave signal is transmitted with a frequency proportional to the flow rate. This signal can travel up to 2,000 feet between the sensor and the display unit without the need for amplification.

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  9. Data Industrial Metallic Tee Type Flow Sensors - Series 250

    The Series 250 flow sensor features a six-bladed impeller design with a proprietary non-magnetic sensing mechanism, mounted in a cast bronze housing, with female NPT threads.

    The unique impeller design is less prone to be fouled by waterborne debris. The forward curved shape coupled with the absence of magnetic drag provides improved operation and repeatability even at lower flow rates. This is especially true where the impeller is exposed to metallic or rust particles found in steel or iron pipes. As the liquid flow turns the impeller, a low impedance square wave signal is transmitted with a frequency proportional to the flow rate. The signal can travel up to 2000 feet (610 m) between the flow sensor and the receiving unit without the need for amplification. 

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  10. Data Industrial Metallic Tee Type Flow Sensors - Series 228

    The Series 228 flow sensors from Badger Meter® feature a six-bladed impeller design with a proprietary non-magnetic sensing mechanism. The forward swept impeller shape provides higher, more consistent torque than four-bladed impeller designs and is less prone to be fouled by water-borne debris. The forward curved shape coupled with the absence of magnetic drag provides improved operation and repeatability, even at lower flow rates. This is especially true where the impeller is exposed to metallic or rust particles found in steel or iron pipes. As the liquid flow turns the impeller, a low impedance square wave signal is transmitted with a frequency proportional to the flow rate. The signal can travel up to 2000 feet between the flow sensor and the display unit without the need for amplification.

     

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