• Rq-24: Measurement of Discharge with Radar

Environmental Laboratory

Rq-24: Measurement of Discharge with Radar

Jan 01 2000

The RQ-24 non-contact system form Sommer, measures the discharge by radar technology of any natural or semi-natural river or stream.
The unique feature of the RQ-24 system is the continuous capturing of flow velocity which enables an exact discharge measurement and evaluation of specific discharge situations.
In case of flood the system measures the exact discharge and because of the non-contact radar technology there is no damage of the measurement system by bed loads or trees. The RQ-24 system measures from very low water depth up to the maximum possible discharge of a 100-year flood or even greater including floodplains. Easy set up of measurement system at low installation cost.
The RQ-24 system can be integrated into any measurement system or control system by analogue or digital interface. To measure any discharge situation at rivers, torrents, creeks, mountain torrents, open channels or storm overflow the RQ-24 is a unique and reliable system.
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