Electromagnetic Flowmeter
Electromagnetic Flowmeter

Working Principle

Electromagnetic flowmeters work according to Faraday's Law of Induction. A fluid with electrical conductivity passes through a magnetic field in an electrically insulated pipe. A pair of coils is used to create a magnetic field and an electric current is passed through these coils. An electric field is formed between the electrodes in direct proportion to the flow rate of the liquid. The electric field intensity is converted to the flow rate with various correction factors and the volumetric flow rate is reached by using the line diameter.

Connection Diameter : DN10......DN3000
Measuring Range: 0.0282........136847 m³/h
Display : LCD Display
Output : 4-20mA, Pulse, Frequency
Sensitivity : 0.5 % O.D
Pressure : 40 Bar maximum
Temperature : -20.....+150C
Fluid : Conductive Liquids ≥5 μS/cm
Protection class : IP 67
Electrode: 316 L rust steel, (Titanium, Hastelloy C, Hastelloy B, Tantalium optional)
Communication: RS485, Hart, Profibus (optional)

Inner Coating: Hard Rubber, PTFE