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MORGAN TECHNICAL CERAMICS ELECTROCERAMICS: Sensor

January 12, 2012
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A new sensor is reportedly ideal for reliable and precise heat energy and water flow measurement. The high-performance ultrasonic sensors can enable designers and OEMs to build accurate measurement equipment such as smart metering systems, which are critical to helping society understand and reduce energy usage. The new sensors can withstand harsh environments and can provide reliable continuous operation in high pressures of 16 bar and high temperatures of up to 120ºC.

Ultrasonic flow meters are a solid-state technology with no moving parts and, as such, can be more reliable than conventional mechanical meters. They experience no pressure loss, offer nearly maintenance-free operation and can be more accurate than many competing systems.

For more information, visit www.morganelectroceramics.com.

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