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Seba Universal Current Flow Meter F1

Key Features

  • Metal construction means durability
  • Universal combination for wading or suspension
  • Versatile Z6 Series Impulse Counter
  • Ball Bearings Allow High Sensitivity/Low Response Speed
  • Oil reservoir gives consistent performance
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The F1 Universal Current Meter is used to determine current velocities in main watercourses such as rivers, canals and the sea.

The F1 meter can be used for wading by rods, or by cable suspension using cableway (see YouTube Video
or bridge deployment devices (see following section).

The F1 has a range of 0.025 - 10m/sec. The advantages are very low starting speed, almost frictionless contact transmission, and produced from stainless steel material.

The streamline meter body and propellor axle are made from high quality ground stainless steel. The propellor axle rotates in a sealed oil reservoir running on two ball bearings. Propellors are 80mm & 125mm diameter.

A range of wading accessories, fitted carry cases and shoulder bags are available on request. As are winches & deployment devices for use on bridges.

The signal to the Z6 impulse counter is generated from each revolution of the propellor by means of a permanent magnet. The almost frictionless operation enhances the sensitivity or response of the instrument.

The Z6 Series Impulse Counters offer timed intervals or optionally pulse counting or direct readout of velocity

Instruction Downloads (PDF Format)

User Instructions (939KB)

Download Specification (PDF Format)

Leaflet (745KB)



Z6 Signal Counter

To measure impulses/rotations from F1 Current Meter

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Mobile Bridge Gauging Winch

To assist deployment of gauging from bridges

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Spares List Seba F1

Spare parts list Seba F1 Current Meter

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Vehicles for River Gauging

Series of Measurement Vehicles to Assist River Gauging

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