ZSUR – Stealth Ultrasonic Residential Meter

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ZENNER Ultrasonic Residential Meters are designed for applications where high accuracy, long life and a dynamic flow range is desired. The highly advanced, alldigital technology achieves precise measurement without any moving parts, ensuring optimum revenue without compromised performance over time.

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OPERATION: ZENNER Ultrasonic Residential Meters use solid state, sound measuring technology to measure instantaneous flow and calculate cumulative flow volume. The LCD display has two rows. The first row shows total volume, where it is factory programmed for US Gallons, Cubic Feet or Cubic Meters. The second row displays additional information such as rate of flow, flow direction, remaining battery life, leak alarms, empty pipe alerts, etc. These meters are capable of ultra precise leak registration with low flow sensitivity as low as 1/32 GPM.

CONSTRUCTION: ZENNER Ultrasonic Residential Meters consist of three basic components: The tube, electronics & display package, and two transducers. The tube is available in either lead free bronze or stainless steel.

COMMUNICATION: ZENNER Ultrasonic Residential Meters have a universal communication protocol package capable of producing outputs compatible for use with Encoded, Pulse, or 4-20mA systems. These meters are designed to be connected to any existing AMR/AMI system.

MAINTENANCE: ZENNER Ultrasonic Residential Meters are engineered and manufactured to provide long-term service and operate virtually maintenance free. There are no moving parts to service. The battery pack has a standard life-time of up to 12 years and is designed for easy user replacement. It does not require a return to a ZENNER facility for replacement.

CONFORMANCE: ZENNER Ultrasonic Residential Meters are tested and comply with AWWA Standards C715 and C750. These Meters comply with the lead free provisions of the Safe Drinking Water Act and are certified to NSF/ANSI Standards 61 and 372.