The majority of Titan’s flow meters use transistors which can be damaged through simple wiring mistakes, resulting in a defunct meter before the customer has even started
Titan Enterprises has released video tutorials illustrating correct wiring of its precision flow measurement devices to support customers with installation.
The majority of Titan’s flow meters use transistors which can be damaged through simple wiring mistakes, resulting in a defunct meter before the customer has even started! By providing customers with clear visual methods of how to install a flow meter and correct wiring to the power source, the company hopes to save customers time and money in what are essentially preventable errors.
“Although all Titan flow measurement devices are supported with written data and instruction sheets, through our ISO 9001 examination of returns and call logs, we have found that a large percentage of flow meter installation issues result from miswiring.” said Jeremy Thorne, Production Manager with Titan Enterprises.
Research shows that a large proportion of people consult a video when learning something. Neil Hannay, Senior R&D Engineer at Titan Enterprises, said: “For customers who are new to our flow meters, visual demonstrations for wiring the flow measurement devices will help to reduce simple errors that cost customers time and money.”
“YouTube is a very accessible platform and is a great delivery method for Titan flow meter instructional videos. As we don’t carry out on-site flow meter installations ourselves, providing visual tutorials are a useful way to illustrate correct wiring methods which we anticipate will reduce the number of unnecessary returns and rebuilds.”
Video tutorials currently available on the Titan website include wiring requirements for its beverage flow meter, the OG2 oval gear flow meter and the Turbine flow meters within the company’s 800 and 900 series and FT2 flow transducers. Titan will be expanding its instruction videos to include its full range of flow meter devices.