TechTip: Firmware 2.0 of the MF pro Flow Meter – Step-by-Step Guide

Read the step-by-step instructions for the latest firmware update 2.0 to learn all about the new features and operation of the MF pro flow meter.

The OTT MF pro is a user-friendly, low-maintenance electromagnetic flowmeter for cost-efficient flow and discharge measurement in open channels, sewers, and waste water areas. The automatic measurement and an immediately readable measurement result reduce the time required at the measuring point. The system consists of a compact and lightweight sensor and a robust control unit. Both system components are designed for mounting on conventional measuring rods and are ideally suited for very low flow velocities.

Learn all about the new features and operation of the MF pro in the step-by-step instructions for the latest firmware update 2.0. It deals with the following points:

  1. Site Selection
  2. Site Demarcation
  3. Instrument Assembly
  4. Meter Setup
  5. Measurement Setup
  6. Start Measurement – Basics
  7. Start Measurement – Edge Position
  8. Conduct Measurements at Stations
  9. End Measurement – Edge Position
  10. End Measurement – Review Results
  11. End Measurement – Save Data
  12. Data Download and Review

 

 

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