Proline Promag 53W
Electromagnetic flowmeter

The sensor with IP68 (Type 6P encl.) combined with a transmitter with flexible system integration

  • Electromagnetic flowmeter - Proline Promag 53W ©Endress+Hauser
  • The Electromagnetic Flow Measuring Principle

Promag W is the specialized sensor for all applications in the water industry. Combined with the Promag 53 transmitter with touch control, 4-line display and extended functionality like software options for filling and dosing, electrode cleaning or advanced diagnostics, Promag 53W offers highest accuracy in the most complex and demanding measuring tasks. Promag 53W is available in a compact or remote version.

Voordelen

  • Secure, reliable long-term operation – robust and completely welded sensor

  • Energy-saving flow measurement – no pressure loss due to cross-section constriction

  • Maintenance-free – no moving parts

  • Quality – software for filling and dosing, density, electrode cleaning and also advanced diagnostics

  • Easy calculation – bidirectional totalizers

  • Automatic recovery of data for servicing

Toepassingsgebied

  • The measuring principle is virtually independent of pressure, density, temperature and viscosity

  • The specialist in the water and wastewater industry for the most demanding applications.

Device properties

  • International drinking water approvals

  • Degree of protection IP68 (Type 6P enclosure)

  • Approved for custody transfer to MI-001/OIML R49

  • 4-line backlit display with touch control

  • Device in compact or remote version

  • HART, PROFIBUS PA/DP, Modbus RS485, FF, EtherNet/IP

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Tel.: +31 (35) 6 95 86 11
Fax: +31 (35) 6 95 88 25
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