Data Collection: What is Resolution?
All flow meters essentially perform the same function; they collect data about how quickly a fluid is moving through an orifice. One of the biggest variables in this process is how often flow meters take these measurements. If flow meters take fewer measurements, it results in a lower “resolution”, and if they take more measurements, it results in a greater “resolution”.
Think about pixels in a television screen – when there are fewer pixels, the resolution is slower and the picture isn’t clear. A system that takes measurements less often results in a picture of data like a tube television where the picture isn’t quite clear. The obvious advantage to a lower-resolution system is cost savings. If you aren’t taking as many measurements, you are able to use equipment that doesn’t cost quite as much.
A system that takes measurements more often will have a higher resolution. Just like an increase in pixels on a television, when there are more data points collected, the picture becomes much clearer.
The ability to take more measurements in a given period of time requires a more sophisticated piece of equipment. Akurate Dynamics systems are built to provide the best results. We have chosen to invest in the best flow meter technology, because predictability and anticipation are critical elements to the dynamic Delta CPS Proportioner system.
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