720 Submerged Probe Flow Module
Submerged probe accuracy unaffected by wind, steam, foam, turbulence or air temperature change
The probe on the Isco 720 is mounted at the bottom of the
channel, and uses a differential pressure transducer to measure the
level of the flow stream. The 6712 Sampler then converts this depth
measurement into flow rate. The probe's venting system automatically
compensates for changes in atmospheric pressure to maintain accuracy.
The 720 provides accurate measurement at sites where wind, steam, foam,
turbulence or air temperature fluctuations exist. The probe is suitable
for small channels, and accurately senses pressure even when covered
with silt and sand.
Isco mounting rings make it easy to install the probe in round
pipes, manhole inverts, and other open channels. And with the Isco
Street Level Installation Tool, you can install your monitoring system
from ground level, eliminating the costs and hazards of entering
manholes. Most flumes are also available with an integral recess for
mounting an Isco Submerged Probe.
- Submerged probe accuracy unaffected by wind, steam, foam, turbulence or air temperature change
- Built-in flow conversions for most applications, including
weirs and flumes, Manning formula, data points, or equation for special
- During the program’s operation, current flow and level values are viewable on the sampler's LCD display.
- All flow data stored in the sampler is available for later retrieval, reporting, and graphing using Isco Flowlink software.
- Flow measurement where wind, steam, foam, or turbulence exist.
- Triggering the 6712 sampler based on flow or level.
- Collecting flow proportioned samples.
- Treatment capacity analysis
- Stormwater monitoring
- Combined sewer overflow studies
- Long-term river and stream gauging
Options and Accessories
- Mounting rings and sensor carrier for installing probe in round pipes from 6 to 15 inches in diameter
- Scissor rings for installing probe in round pipes from 18 to 60 inches in diameter
- Mounting plate for installation in irregular channels