Electromagnetic Flow Meter

Compactdigitalsystem, forconductiveliquids (>5µS/cm), even with a imitated content of suspended solids.

Measurement range: from <0,2m3/h to >30000m3/h

Typical measurement accuracy: ±0.5%

Power supply 85÷265Vac or 24Vdc


  • Pipe dimension range: DN10 ÷ DN1000
  • Measure range: <0,2m3/h ÷ >30000m3/h
  • Fluid conductivity: >5µS/cm
  • Sensor material: SS321
  • Lining materials: PTFE from DN10 to DN32; rubber from DN40 to DN1000
  • Housing materia: epoxy printing aluminum
  • Electrodes materials: SS316; Hastelloy C
  • Remote version operating temperature: <80°C
  • Compact version operating temperature: -20÷75°C
  • Accuracy: ±0,5%
  • Repeatability: ±0,1%
  • Analog output: 4÷20mA; max. Load 750O
  • Communication protocol: Modbus (opt.)
  • Digital output: 0÷5000Hz
  • Pulse output: 24Vdc pull-up
  • Power supply: 85÷265Vac or 24Vdc
  • Consumption: <6W
  • Protection compact version: IP67 with 4 cable gland M16x1,5 for elect. Connection
  • Protection remote version: IP67/IP68 only pipe



A complete magnetic flow meter system consists of two components: the Smag62 microprocessor-based integral-mount magnetic flow meter transmitter and a flow tube. The flow tube is installed in-line with process piping, either vertically or horizontally. Coils located on opposite sides of the flow tube create a magnetic field, and conductive liquid moving through the magnetic field generates a voltage that is detected by two electrodes. The transmitter controls the generation of the magnetic field and senses the voltage detected by the electrodes. Based on the sensed voltage, the transmitter calculates a flow rate and produces analog and frequency output signals proportional to this flow rate.