Electromagnetic Flow Meter, MAG5100w, HIRE
The Mag 5100w flow sensor is an inline electromagnetic flowmeter with outstanding accuracy, suitable for wastewater or drinking water applications. The meter requires only a power supply and conductive media flowing in a full pipe if the pipe drains empty the meter will detect this and tell you via a relay. Mag meters use very little power and produce an almost zero flow restriction improving your pump delivery. The electronics (Mag5000/6000) are mounted directly on top of the meter
Features and Benefits
- Clear Bore Construction, gives a low cost of ownership as your pumps will not have to work against an obstruction
- Low Power Consumption, saves you money
- High accuracy and repeatability, gives you confidence in your flow readings. Typically ±0.42% of rate accuracy (MAG signal converter) Optional ±0.21% of rate accuracy available. (MAG 6000 signal converter)
- Rugged construction with no moving parts means no wear, tear or clogging and maintenance-free operation for many years.
- Empty Pipe Detection alerts you when your pipe has run empty and prevents the meter from showing sporadic flow readings.
- Backlit Display and Keypad, allows users to easily view meters outputs, setting and make changes without the need for additional equipment.
- Bi-Directional Flow Measurement provides you will all the information on the direction of movement within your pipe.
- SENSORPROM™ Technology provides automatic download of start-up settings for each transmitter that is connected to the sensor with no loss of calibration information or user setting.
- Drinking water approved version (EPDM)
- Conforms to OIML R49 and ISO 4064
- Operating temperature from -40 to +70°C
- Simple on-site upgrade to IP 68 of a standard sensor
- Conforms to EEC directives: PED, LED, EMC
- Self-diagnostics for easy troubleshooting
- Build-in length according to ISO 13359 (up to DN400mm)
- Sizes from 25mm-200mm Diameter
- PN16 Flanges
- Liner EPDM rubber
- Chiller Water
- Mains Water
- Effluent Flows
- Test Rigs
- Waste Water
- Sewage and Sludge Flows