FW-33 DCL Logger

Direct Connect Logger – Flow Monitoring Projects

The FW-33 Direct Connect Logger for flow monitoring projects is capable of utilizing multiple sensor types for permanent or portable flow monitoring applications. The data from this logger is transmitted to a computer and manually downloaded in the field. Providing accurate flow monitoring equipment sometimes requires options.  SSES, SSO and I & I studies can be completed with accuracy when the FW-33 is utilized.  FloWav’s Shortboard and logger systems are perfect for the varied situations encountered in the basins and systems across the globe. Never compromising, FloWav provides options for the FW-33 direct connect logger including but not limited to, the use of single or multiple sensors such as the StingRay UltraSonic Sensor, the PSA-AV Sensor and others.  Having confidence in your equipment is essential.  Move forward confidently with FloWav’s suite of flow monitoring products and inspection cameras.

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SKU: FW-33 DCL Category: Sensors and Loggers

Product Description

FW-33 DCL Logger (Direct Connect Logger)

FloWav’s FW-33 DCL Recording Unit (Direct Connect Logger) monitors instruments and sensors found in the harsh environment of sewers and underground water vaults. The FW-33 has low power requirements and automatically monitors level, flow, pressure and water quality sensors. Data communication is dependent on a direct connection to a laptop or other suitable device. The FW-33 supports multiple sensor interface options including RS-232, RS-485, analog and digital inputs. For example, when connected to an open-channel flow meter such as the PSA-AV, the DCL will record the sensor’s most recent level, flow velocity and battery voltage measurements. FloWav also provides optional sensors that may be directly attached to the FW-33, including ultrasonic and submersible sensors. The DCL is powered from a single 6-volt lantern battery, providing an operating life of six months to two years, depending on sensor interface.