Among the many avionics gadgets to install, an aftermarket fuel totalizer
could offer the most utility.
Meanwhile, all-in-one engine monitors like Insight Avionics' G3 pictured at bottom right also can be connected to a transducer arid serve as a fuel totalizer
, among their many other talents (see this article's main text for more).
Processors can use the new totalizer
as part of the Extrusion Control Network or as an isolated unit for controlling batch sizes and tracking consumption of raw material, says Maguire, citing the following potential applications:
SRP recently installed two meters with remote digital totalizers
buried 15 ft.
If the discharge is to a confined channel equipped with a weir or measuring flume, it can be indicated or recorded with a float or level sensor coupled with an integrated flow rate indicator and totalizer
as well as a chart recorder.
Hail Processing Systems was showing its own totalizer
system, which is in ongoing development.
Most fuel totalizers
installations require trial-and-error adjustments in the so-called K-factor each instrument has.
Regarding your article about fuel totalizers
, we should not assume they are always precise without periodically verifying their accuracy.
and data loggers record daily, monthly, and yearly totalized energy usage and report total energy used.
Other metering, feeding and blending product include AutoWeigh totalizers
for accurate weight monitoring of bulk materials (1600 to 7000 lb/hr) entering storage or flowing to processing lines; and gravimetric dispensers, which provide precise batch weights from a few lb to 1000 lb for charging rotational molders or high-intensity mixers.
The Access BA200 Series includes compact rate totalizers
, a heat calculator, and an intrinsically safe batch controller.
The sensor's output can be used with most counters or totalizers
to keep count of the containers.