Electromagnetic flow meter M930
magneticinductivefor water

electromagnetic flow meter
electromagnetic flow meter
electromagnetic flow meter
electromagnetic flow meter
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electromagnetic, magnetic, inductive
for water, for chemicals, for wastewater, for corrosive fluids, for conductive liquids, for slurry
Other characteristics
compact, digital, with display, RS485, 4-20 mA, analog output, wall-mounted, with indicator-totalizer, IP68, ATEX, direct-reading, bi-directional, with LCD display, with pulse output, economical, with battery, digital output, with air bubble detection, high-temperature, in-line, PTFE, programmable, with data logger, flange
industrial, for water treatment, for high flow rates, for high-density materials, for marine applications
Process pressure

Min.: 10 bar (145.04 psi)

Max.: 40 bar (580.15 psi)

Process temperature

Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)

Max.: 150 °C (302 °F)

Volumetric flow rate

Min.: 0 m³/h (0 ft³/h)

Max.: 3,000 m³/h (105,944 ft³/h)


The M930 is a battery-powered programmable electromagnetic flow meter that can measure, indicate and store flow and passed through volume data of conductive liquids. As there are no moving nor mechanical parts in the flow profile the device can measure extremely polluted liquids containing even solid pollution. Offered diameter range is 15 to 300 mm with flanges according to DIN2501, ANSI B16.5, JIS B2220, sanitary DIN11851 or flangeless. Offered are both compact and remote sensor versions with protection up to IP68. Standard battery pack has lifetime of up to 5 years, double battery pack is also available. Electrodes CrNi stainless steel, hastelloy C-4 or tantalum, liners PTFE and hard rubber. Battery-powered M930 is operated using two capacitive buttons and features a totaliser, display, datalogger, empty-pipe detection, autotest and an USB slot.


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