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Electromagnetic flow meter SITRANS F M MAG 3100
for waterflange

electromagnetic flow meter
electromagnetic flow meter
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Characteristics

Technology
electromagnetic
Fluid
for water
Mounting
flange
Process pressure

Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)

Max.: 100 bar (1,450.38 psi)

Process temperature

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 180 °C (356 °F)

Description

SITRANS F M MAG 3100 is an electromagnetic flow sensor with a large variety of liners, electrode material and with grounding electrodes as standard, all this ensures a perfect fit for almost every flow application. Benefits Fully welded construction that is extremely rugged and can withstand special process conditions using extreme measurement electrodes Universal applications - lining and electrodes available for every application High temperature version available up to 356 °F Approved for use in potentially explosive atmospheres SITRANS F M portfolio - our integrated platform enables flexible use of the MAG 5000 / 6000 transmitter for all products (MAG 5100 / 3100/1100): • Unique SensorProm technology - stores critical, sensor-specific data and passes it to the transmitter. This allows a simple, flexible commissioning of the sensor. • Plug & Play - allows easy on-site replacement and commissioning of the transmitter in just minutes • "Hot swapable" - exchangeable during operation • Mounting flexibility - compact or separate installation possible • Validated calibration ensures accurate flow measurement. Each Siemens flowmeter is calibrated in facilities that are individually accredited to ISO / IEC 17025. • Service and diagnostics - designed for MAG on-site verification with traceable certification. Regular calibration of the SITRANS F M Verificator ensures accuracy in the field.
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