November 2010 Vol. 237 No. 11

What's New

Cameron Scanner 2200 Flow Computer

Cameron says its Scanner 2200 Flow Computer helps make gas, liquid and steam measurement easy to afford, operate, integrate and optimize. By pairing the same high-efficiency electronics used in the Scanner 2000 micro-EFM with a weatherproof enclosure, the Scanner 2200 provides room for a battery, charge controller and radio or modem. This “all-in-one package” is ideal for operators with limited power resources requiring remote communications. The Scanner 2200 is the second offering in the Scanner 2000 Series providing high-quality, reasonably priced flow electronics to a broad range of operators. While the unit is ideal for independent mid-sized network applications,

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