Electromagnetic Flowmeter Takes On All Municipal & Industrial Water Applications

Endress+Hauser’s Proline Promag W 300/500 electromagnetic flowmeters are groomed for all municipal and industrial water and wastewater applications. Promag W 300 is the compact version with multiple I/Os, while the existing remote version, Promag W 500, is now available as a digital remote transmitter. The digital remote transmitter allows a maximum connecting cable length up to 300m (1,000 ft).

 

The flowmeters feature all options to fulfill the requirements of the water and wastewater industry. They carry the necessary custody transfer approvals, Ex approvals as well as IP68 for underwater and buried installations.

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The components are available with welded flanges as well as with lap-joint flanges. The 0 DN inlet option allows for a guaranteed measurement performance of ±0.5% or better, even when the meter is installed immediately after any obstruction. Three liner options that include hard rubber, polyurethane, and PTFE have all necessary international drinking water approvals such as KTW/W270, WRAS, NSF 61 und ACS. The Promag W sensor is available in line sizes starting at 1” up to 90”. The device is calibrated according to ISO/IEC 17025.                 

 

Proline 300/500 transmitters include a web server. Using a standard Ethernet cable and a laptop, or wireless over WLAN, users have direct access to all diagnostic, configuration and device data without additional software or hardware.

 

Other features include the Heartbeat Technology testing function.  Integrated into all Proline measuring devices, the technology enables permanent self-diagnostics with the highest diagnostic coverage (>95%) as well as a TÜV-tested, metrologically traceable device verification without process interruption.

 

Need more details? Checkout the Proline 300/500 datasheet.

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