Flow and Pressure Monitoring

  • Knowing the condition of your irrigation system gives you control and peace of mind.

  • Flow and line pressure monitoring work as standalone monitoring systems or together with other Jain Logic solutions for comprehensive farm water management.

Flow and Pressure Monitoring

Why do you need flow and pressure monitoring?

1. Flow Rate Monitoring: Each zone’s flow rate can be monitored for broken lines, plugged emitters or other concerns.

2. Totalized Flow Monitoring: Totalized water volume per irrigation event, week or season is recorded, so you can analyze crop water use and document withdrawals.

Flow and Pressure Monitoring
Flow and Pressure Monitoring

3. Zone Pressure Monitoring: Proper manifold pressure ensures proper zone operation and improved distribution uniformity. You can combine this with flow rate monitoring for deeper insight into zone health. You’ll be alerted if high- or low-pressure conditions occur.

4. Filter Pressure Monitoring: Monitoring pressure at the filter output or the pressure differential across the filter alerts you if it’s time to backflush.

5. Backflush Monitoring: Monitoring the output of an independent, filter-backflush controller detects changes in backflush frequency that can highlight problems with your filter or water supply.

Flow and Pressure Monitoring

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