TA-SCOPE is a tough, effective balancing instrument for measuring and documenting of differential pressure, flow, temperature and power in hydronic systems. Robust, accurate and easy-to-use, TA-SCOPE delivers quicker, more cost-efficient balancing and enables rapid troubleshooting. TA-SCOPE links effortlessly to the TA-Select PC software gaining the maximum benefit from recorded data and enabling professional report writing and automatic software upgrades.
TA-SCOPE is a balancing instrument for measuring and documenting of differential pressure (Δp), flow, temperature and power in hydronic systems.
TA-SCOPE consists of two main components:
Handheld unit – computer-based unit programmed with the TA valve characteristics. Straightforward functions with easy-to-follow instructions on the colour display.
Differential Pressure Sensor unit – the Dp Sensor communicates wirelessly with the Handheld unit and has LED indicators for indicating communication status and battery capacity. The units can optionally be connected via cable.
TA-SCOPE automatically demands calibration when needed. The design of the sensor unit and a short flow-through during calibration eliminate measurement errors caused by insufficient venting of the measuring device.
Total pressure: max. 2 500 kPa
TA-SCOPE 0 - 200 kPa
TA-SCOPE HP 0 - 1 000 kPa
Recommended pressure range during flow measurements:
TA-SCOPE 3 - 200 kPa
TA-SCOPE HP 3 - 1 000 kPa
Temperature liquid medium measurement:
-20°C – 120°C
TA-SCOPE 0.1 kPa or 1% of reading, whichever is the highest
TA-SCOPE HP 0.2 kPa or 1% of reading, whichever is the highest
Flow: as for differential pressure + valve deviation
Battery capacity, operating and charge times:
- battery capacity: 4 400 mAh
- operating time (with backlight on): >25 h
- charge time to full capacity: 6-7 h
Dp Sensor unit:
- battery capacity: 1 100 mAh
- operating time (continuous measurements): >25 h
- charge time to full capacity: 1,5 h
Ambient temperature for the instrument:
During operation and charging: 0-40°C
During storage*: -20-60°C
*) Do not leave water in the sensor when there is a risk of freezing.
Ambient humidity: max. 90%RH