The Model 4650 Settlement System uses a Pressure Transducer attached to a settlement plate located in the settling ground. The sensor is connected, via two fluid filled tubes extending laterally, to a reservoir located on firm ground away from the area of anticipated movement. Fluid pressure within the tubes is sensed by the transducer which provides a measure of the elevation difference between the sensor and the reservoir. The tubes are flushable and the closed loop vented transducer/reservoir system is not influenced by barometric pressure.
|Standard Ranges¹||7, 17 m|
|Sensor Accuracy²||±0.1% F.S.|
|Temperature Range||−20°C to +80°C|
|Length × Diameter||152 × 51 mm (reservoir), 191 × 35 mm (sensor)|
¹Other ranges available on request.
²Laboratory accuracy. Total system accuracy is subject to site-specific variables.