Electromagnetic Flowmeter IR-M10
M10 is an electromagnetic flow meter grooved sensor that covers all diameters from DN50 to DN150. When high accuracy, light weight, and compact dimensions are required, the choice of sensors cannot be other than M10. These performances allow to measure low flow rates precisely and repeatable, even in difficult/ problematic applications with solid parts. The M10 sensor series bases its operation on the Faraday Principle, by which a conductor crossing a magnetic field generates an electrical potential perpendicular to the field itself. On the top and on the lower side of the composite flow tube, two coils are installed; the magnetic field generated by the electric current crossing the coils, induces in the electrodes a potential difference proportional to the flow rate. The integrated battery powered converter generates the current supplying the coils, acquires the electrodes potential difference, process the signal to calculate the flow rate and manages all the communications. The entire sensor has an IP68 protection degree suitable for a permanent immersion in water up to a depth of 1.5m.
Battery powered up to 10 years or 12vdc.
Zero upstream and downstream distances (MID-001 OIML R49 certfied).
Electronic converter integrated in the sensor body, compact and lightweight for easy use.
Reinforced polyamide with Victaulc OGS process connections.
Empty pipe detection
Empty pipe detection on measuring electodes.
Easy management, easy programming
Mag-Net app available on App Store and Google Play.
Data automatically stored in the internal Eeprom memory. Up to 100,000 lines of active data-logging.
Certifications and compliance
OIML R49 MID-001 / WARS* / NSF ANSI61*
• District metering of portable water
• Leak detection and monitoring
• Installation of small places without straight distances
• Fiscal measures, custody transfer
• Applications with very low / high flow rate
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