Signature® Flowmeter

The Signature flowmeter is designed for open channel flow monitoring applications. It supports flow measurement technologies including bubbler, non-contact laser area velocity, submerged Doppler ultrasonic area velocity, and ultrasonic. The meter can calculate flow using standard open channel level-to-flow and area velocity conversions, as well as user-defined equations, level to area data points, or level to flow data points, depending on the application need.

The Signature flowmeter has unique features to verify data integrity. It logs key events such as changes in calibration and power outages to validate data accuracy. Data can be easily reviewed to detect any type of data alteration. With multiple smart interface options and multi-parameter logging (such as pH), the Signature flowmeter provides a common platform for control action, reporting, and communication.



LaserFlow® Sensors

Whether you’re looking for an upgrade from your old sensor, or facing hazardous flow monitoring conditions, Teledyne ISCO has a solution for you. Introducing LaserFlow, the only non-contact flow measurement device to read below the surface.

The LaserFlow device can be programmed to take a velocity measurement at single or multiple points below the water’s surface. We also offer our intrinsically-safe LaserFlow Ex, specifically designed with safety in mind. For applications within the United Kingdom requiring certification by The Environment Agency, LaserFlow is designated MCERTS Class 2.

Flowlink® Software

At last, there’s a “Flow Data Manager” with the complete software tools to handle all of your flow monitoring data — from field operations to polished graphs and multi-parameter reports. Flowlink makes it all direct, logical, visual, and intuitive: So much power; so little effort. Flowlink handles data from Teledyne ISCO and non-ISCO instruments — for one site or hundreds! Use it for: Collection system studies: I&I, capacity assessment, CMOM, SSO. Permit compliance or enforcement. Stormwater runoff monitoring. Nonpoint Source runoff monitoring. River and stream gauging.