Electromagnetic Flowmeter
Series 6400

Line sizes from 10 mm to 3000 mm
(model-specific)

Inrtoduction

Electromagnetic Flow measurement has been in use around the world for 50 years and more, as witnessed by the popularity of these meters that continues unabated in virtually all sectors of industry. Electromagnetic Flowmeters can be used to measure all electrically conductive liquids (> 5 µS/cm) with or without solids, e.g. water, wastewater, sludge, slurries, pastes, acids, alkalis, juices, fruit pulp, etc.

Insertion Type Electromagnetic Flowmeter is suitable for the most demanding applications. They are based on Faraday’s law of Electromagnetic Induction. The meter features sensor tube and ball valve assembly.

Salient Features

  • Based on Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction
  • Flow tube sizes 100 mm to 600 mm
  • Coil assembly in hermetically sealed welded construction
  • Integral or remote transmitter
  • Field interchangeable electronics
  • High linearity due to characteristic magnetic field
  • Absolute zero stability and noise elimination due pulsed DC excitation
  • High long-term stability and reliability

Applications

  • Chemical, petrochemical and process industries
  • Fertilizer industries
  • Pharmaceutical industries
  • Sugar, beverage industries

Product Selection Guide

Parameters Specifications
Transmitter Type Integral, Remote, Integral without display
Power Supply 18 – 60 V DC, 80 – 300 V AC/DC
Output 4 – 20 mA DC, Pulse output, Relay output
Communication Interface RS 485 (Modbus RTU), GSM, GPRS, HART, UART
Data Logger Built In, External
Flowmeter Size (DN) 100, 125, 150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400, 450, 500, 600, 700, 800, 900, 1000, 1200, 1400, 1600, 1800, 2000
Pressure Rating (kg/cm2) 20
Electrode Material SS 316, SS 316L, Hastelloy C, Titanium, Tantalum, Platinum
Earthing Rings NA
Measuring Tube SS 304, SS 316
Coil Housing NA
Protection Class IP 65, IP 67, IP 68
Approval None, Flame-proof
Working Temperature Up to 120℃
Accuracy ± 2% of reading

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