Insertion Flow Meter EX100/200

The Seametrics EX100 / 200 series magmeter’s complete lack of moving parts is the source of its reliability. Brass and stainless steel models withstand a variety of temperature, pressure, and chemical conditions. The EX-Series has no rotor to stop turning in dirty water and there are no bearings to wear out. Like all magmeters, when used in chemical injection applications, these meters should be installed upstream of the chemical line (or far enough downstream to allow complete mixing of fluids before the meter).

A rapidly reversing magnetic field is produced in the lower housing. As the fluid moves through this field, a voltage is generated that is measured and translated into a frequency signal proportional to flow rate. This square wave signal can be sent directly to a PLC or other control or can be converted using any of the Seametrics family of indicators and converters.

A modular system of electronics can be installed directly on the flow sensor or mounted remotely. The FT430 (externally powered with pulse) and the FT440 (loop powered), both provide digital rate and total displays, as well as a programmable pulse; the FT440 also provides a 4-20 mA analog output. The AO55 is a blind analog (4-20 mA) transmitter.

 

The adapter fitting of the EX sensor is standard male NPT, and can be directly threaded into ordinary saddles or threaded weld fittings. A hot-tap option is available, allowing installation and removal under pressure; a bronze ball valve is standard, with a 316 stainless steel valve option if needed.

Applications for Seametrics EX100 / 200 Series Magmeters

Clean or “dirty” liquids
Conductive liquids
Municipal
Industrial
Irrigation

 

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