On this page, you will find an assortment of videos answering frequently asked questions pertaining to thermal mass flow measurement and Sage Metering.
Video FAQ Index
- What are the features and benefits of the Sage Prime Thermal Flow Meter?
- What is the best thermal mass flow meter in-situ calibration verification?
- Why measure mass flow over volumetric flow?
- What are thermal mass flow meter theory and working principle?
- What is a thermal mass flow meter?
- What are the benefits of Sage Metering thermal mass flow meters over other manufacturers?
- How do I wire a Sage Prime flow meter for a pulsed output?
- How do I wire a DC powered Sage Prime flow meter with a 4-20mA output?
- How do I wire an internally powered Sage thermal mass flow meter with a 4-20mA output?
In this video, Bob Steinberg shares that Sage Metering has introduced some groundbreaking technology, including being the first hybrid digital bridge circuit which provides a significant leap forward in performance. It also was the first to present a reliable and easy in-situ calibration verification method.
This video reveals how the Sage Metering In-Situ Calibration Verification validates that the meter is accurate and that the sensor and transmitter are functioning correctly. It also shows that the method is performed right in the pipe, quickly and easily without the purchase of expensive equipment.
In this video, Bob Steinberg explains when you would want to measure mass flow rate rather than volumetric flow rate.
In this video, Bob Steinberg shares the thermal flow meter working principle and theory.
This video explains that a thermal mass flow meter is a device that directly measures the gas mass flow based on the principle of conductive and convective heat transfer from a heated sensor.
In this video, Bob Steinberg explains the benefits of the Sage thermal mass flowmeter versus other manufacturers.
This video demonstrates the wiring instructions of the AC/DC powered Sage Prime thermal mass meter to generate a pulsed output. For further information refer to the manual.
To wire a DC-powered Sage Prime thermal flowmeter for a 4-20 mA output see the diagram of the Integral (Series SIP) inside cover. You may also see the wiring on page 10 of the user manual.
In this video, learn how to wire an internally powered Sage Prime for a 4-20 mA output. See wiring on page 10 of the manual.