Introducing SmartLink® with Flow

Flow Management is nothing new, but always felt out of reach for most. It was too expensive, and the controllers were overkill for the majority of projects. SmartLink™ with Flow has arrived, and with it, bringing affordable web-based flow management to your desktop, tablet, and even the palm of your hand.

  • Web-based control from your computer, tablet, or smartphoneSLW5

  • Detect leaks, broken heads, lateral and main line breaks

  • Significant amounts of water saved, and measurable

  • Determine actual water use with daily reports

  • User defined low/high flow limits, by zone

  • Automatic shutdown of both master and/or zone valve when flow limits are exceeded

  • Email alerts provide you the ability to react fast

  • Cellular-based communication

SmartLink Flow SensorsSLW5SLW5

The SLFSI-T (tee) and SLFSI-S (saddle) advanced flow sensors are designed specifically for the irrigation industry. They are engineered to integrate with the SmartLink™ Aircard with Flow, delivering reliable performance.

  • Threaded retaining nut makes it easier to service in a valve box

  • Molded mounting tee provides consistent measurements and improved performance

  • Four bladed lightweight impeller is sensitive enough to measure lower flow rates

  • Smart electronics capable of better signal filtering

  • Affordable enough to install on nearly all new and old systems

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flow Accessories

SLF-COMBIFLOW

The SmartLink™ Flow - Combiflow is a signal controlled device that conditions and scales the signals from two digital flow sensors and combines them into one scalable digital output. The SmartLink Aircard then perceives the signal is coming from a single flow sensor.
The SmartLink™ Flow - Combiflow is compatible with the SLFSI Series of Flow Sensors and most other sensors producing a square or sine wave output proportional to rate of flow.

SLF-ISOFLOW-1

The SLF-ISOFLOW-1 is a signal control device that receives the signal from 1 SLFSI flow sensor and provides 2 electrically isolated outputs. These outputs can then separately be connected to 2 SmartLink™ Aircards with Flow.

 

SLF-ISOFLOW-6

The SLF-ISOFLOW-6 is a signal control device that receives the signal from 1 SLFSI flow sensor and provides up to 6 electrically isolated outputs. These outputs can then separately be connected to up to 6 SmartLink™ Aircards with Flow.

 

 

 

Models

SmartLink Flow Aircard

 
Part#
Description
Dimensions
Electrical
SL-AIRCARD-FLOW
SmartLink Flow Aircard
   
 

1F, 2F, 3F, 5F or 10F (yrs)
SmartLink Network Service Plan w/ Flow
Software Services, Cloud Storage & Unlimited Updates

   
 

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SmartLink Network Warranty
Covers Aircard, Controller, and Weather Station from Lightning, Theft, and Physical Damage for One Year

   

SmartLink Flow Sensors

 
Part#
Description
Dimensions
Electrical
SLFSI-T10
1" Tee Type Insert Flow Sensor
Use with the SmartLink Flow Aircard
 
 
SLFSI-T15
1 B/C" Tee Type Insert Flow Sensor
Use with the SmartLink Flow Aircard
   
SLFSI-T20
2" Tee Type Insert Flow Sensor
Use with the SmartLink Flow Aircard
   
SLFSI-S30
3" Saddle Type Insert Flow Sensor
Use with the SmartLink Flow Aircard
   
SLFSI-S40
4" Saddle Type Insert Flow Sensor
Use with the SmartLink Flow Aircard
   

SmartLink Flow Accessories

 
Part#
Description
Dimensions
Electrical
SLF-COMBIFLOW
Combines 2 Separate Flow Sensor’s Data to be used by 1 SmartLink Aircard with Flow
 
 
SLF-ISOFLOW-1
Enables 2 SmartLink Aircards with Flow to share 1 SLFSI Flow Sensor
   
SLF-ISOFLOW-6
Enables 3 to 6 SmartLink Aircards with Flow to share 1 SLFSI Flow Sensor
   
 
SLF-SIMFLOW
Simulates the Output Signal of Impeller Type Flow Sensors
   
 
SLF-DISPLAYFLOW
Digital Flow Monitor Display for use with SLFSI Flow Sensors
   

 

 

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