One of the most flexible flow measuring equipment on the industry is the Scanner Series 2000 flow computers. Each unit can function separately in a extensive SCADA network as a flow computer, RTU, system controller, or node. The Scanner Model 2000 EFM flow computer of the first generation offers a reliable substitute for automatic graph recorders and indices of stress and temperature.
CAMERON Scanner Model 2000 Specifications
All three Scanner Series 2000 flow pcs combine popular computing capacities, essential lithium battery energy, and setup and servicing software for easy-to-use, full-feature design. Models differ in packaging, connections, I / O ability, and certification of hazardous areas. Scanner Series 2000 flow computers can evaluate normal saturated steam quantity, mass, and energy levels, as well as many gas and liquid kinds. All readings are custody-transfer caliber and are backed with documents that meet demands such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. This self-contained fluid recorder is an effective solution to map recorders using an embedded detector for variable stress, complete stress and heat readings. A single Scanner Model 2000 flow computer is strong enough for measuring gas, oil, and water from a two-or three-phase separator when attached to extra flowmeters.
To fulfill custody transfer apps, the Scanner Model 2000 software complies with a extensive roster of flow measurement standards. For price advantages and effective ground testing, scanner flow computers can be plant installed and fitted to Camero orifice meters or cone meters. They can also be installed remotely to flowmeters and automation systems, including our gas and liquid turbine and ultrasonic flowmeters. Scanner Series 2000 computers with EFMs can concurrently track various characteristics, including those used exclusively to automate processes. Compared to standard RTUs and fluid computers, the Scanner Series 2000 computer provides higher-resolution information for process system analysis. In relation to registering regular records, customers can record up to 16 readings as frequently as every 5 s for tracking procedures that are sensitive to flow as well as starting or screening well.