The Supercal 749 consists of a flow sensor, a calculator and a pair of temperature sensors. The compact heat meter Supercal 749 is suitable for measurements of heating, cooling or combined heating/cooling energy in a wide range of applications, like residences, district or local heating or business & commercial buildings.
Thanks to many remote readout interfaces the Supercal 749 easily fits in a building management system or in a smart metering environment.
The Supercal 749 meets all the requirements and is homologated according to the European Measurement Instruments Directive MID-2004/22/EC module B and D and the standard EN 1434.
The Supercal 749 is a fluidic oscillation compact heat meter, allowing for flow rates from 0.6 m3/hr up to 2.5 m3/hr. Threaded connections are available in either a ½” union, ¾” or 1” and overall lengths are available in 110mm, 130mm or 190mm.
Temperature ranges are from 5°C to +90°C so the Supercal 749 can be used with a variety of heating and cooling applications as well as combined heating/cooling energy installations.
As standard every Supercal 539 heat meter is MID approved and comes supplied with 5mm OD temperature sensors with 1.5 meter cable, optical interface (for programming) and a 6 + 1 year battery life with the option of a 12 + 1 year battery.
The Superstatic 749 is compact and lightweight and features a splitable integrator for flexible mounting and reading.
The large display on the Superstatic 749 ensures for easy reading with many flow, temperature and energy values available through the display. The push button setup makes easy navigation of the main menu where accumulated, daily, monthly, average and maximum values may be seen. Display units available are:
Energy kWh, MWh, GJ, MJVolumem3Temperature°C
The Superstatic 749 is suitable for all communication environments with an optical interface as standard and the option of:
Pulse output, Open drain (MOS Transistor) 1 Hz, 500 ms.
As an option the Supercal 749 offers the possibility to integrate beneficially up to two additional pulse inputs such as a hot and cold water meter.