The inline sensor of a magnetic flow metre measures an induced voltage produced by the fluid as it passes through a pipe. In order to transmit the flow measurement to a control system, the transmitter translates the voltage produced by the sensor into a flow measurement.
A transducer called a magnetic flow metre measures fluid flow by measuring the voltage that a liquid creates when it moves through a magnetic field. In order to create a potential difference proportional to the flow velocity perpendicular to the flux lines, a magnetic field is provided to the metering tube.
Electromagnetic induction is the underlying physical principle. A conducting fluid, such as water that includes ions, is needed for the magnetic flow metre, as well as an electrically insulating pipe surface.
A magnetic flow metre is a mass or volumetric flow metre that measures the velocity of liquids in a tube or pipe using electrodes attached to the liquid flow. Magnetic flow metres have a special construction that enables them to take measurements without the use of any moving parts.
They are able to measure high pressure applications thanks to this specific characteristic without worrying about seepage or leakage. Fluids with a conductivity of three micro siemens or more can be detected using magnetic flow metres.
They gauge the voltage and velocity of fluids using Faraday’s law, which calls for fluids to maintain a specific amount of conductivity in order to produce the required voltage. With certain manufacturers having greater criteria, the needed conductivity varies between manufacturers.
OpreXTM Magnetic Flowmeter CA series also has novel features that increase usability, maintainability, and operational effectiveness in addition to the non-wetted electrode architecture. It is common practice in plants to utilise magnetic flowmeters to measure fluids with conductive qualities since they lack structural elements that could obstruct fluid flow or lower fluid pressure.
The ABB AquaMaster4 electromagnetic flowmeter has greater connectivity on 4G-LTE and NB-IoT networks, enabling 60 percent reduced power usage and ten times faster leak detection than the industry norm.
Another distinctive feature of the improved flowmeter is its capacity to spot leaks that would typically go undiscovered during the nights when there is low flow. Increased measuring and billing assurance are offered by the higher precision and connectivity.
High process noise and ground fault detection are also included in the instrument’s diagnostic suite, and the electrode coating diagnostic provides two set points to notify when coating is present and when it is influencing flow measurement, enabling preventative maintenance.
The 8712EM has a universal transmitter that enables it to work with any magnetic flowmeter sensor now in use while maintaining backward compatibility with all Rosemount magnetic sensors.
New compact type mini magnetic flow transmitters and sensors are being introduced by RB Flowmeter. The volume flow rate of electrically conductive liquids is measured using these electromagnetic precision metres.
These are great options for usage in the dairy processing, food processing, and bio-medicine processing industries because they are hygienically developed.
A major provider of industrial automation and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, OleumTech, today announced the introduction of an electromagnetic flow metre as a new product in its quickly expanding H Series range of hardwired process instrumentation.
The new OleumTech HEFM Magnetic Flow Meter has outstanding performance, dependability, and precision that makes it perfect for water and wastewater, petrochemical, and oil and gas applications.
For controlling crucial device health, the OleumTech Mag Meter offers best-in-class PTFE lining material, a backlit local display interface, and a number of self-diagnostic functions.
To meet the requirements of OleumTech’s end users, the HEFM flow metres can be supplied specifically in a range of line sizes, materials, and power configurations.
The Global Magnetic Flowmeter sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2024 to 2030.
Rosemount 8705 Magnetic Flow Metre Sensors deliver durable, dependable performance in even the most demanding situations. The hermetic seal provided by an all-welded construction guards against moisture and other pollutants.
All internal parts and wiring are shielded from even the most hostile situations by the sealed enclosure, which guarantees optimum sensor dependability. Simple field repairs can be made without having to replace the complete metre thanks to a detachable and replaceable terminal block.
The MIS Magnetic Flow Metre is made to measure conductive liquid flow rates in the middle range in line sizes ranging from 2″ to 8″. It provides 2 completely programmable outputs for precise process control, including monitoring, measuring, batching, and transmitting.
An external control input is present for the batching operation. There is a totalizer that is both grand and resettable. Bi-directional measurement capabilities are also provided by the MIS. The logical menu may be accessed by using the four optical touch keys on the display, making setup simple.
The standard is IO-Link. No matter where it is installed, the multi-parameter, coloured TFT display rotates in 90 degree increments for simple viewing.A variety of applications requiring conductive liquids are appropriate for the MIS Magnetic Flow Metre.
Water treatment, water distribution networks, wastewater treatment, filtration systems, and several more general industrial applications are a few examples of application fields. Process liquid characteristics including density, viscosity, and temperature have no impact on magnetic inductive measurement with the MIS.
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