The MagneW 3000 PLUS Electromagnetic Flow Meters Series offers high performance and high reliability. MagneW flowmeters are available in sizes from 0.1 to 44 inch (2.5 to 1100 mm) diameter, and in both integral and remote types.
The MagneW Converter features a large backlit LCD that simultaneously displays percent flow rate (%), actual flow rate (eg, GPM) and totalized value. The one-touch infrared sensors enable your to configure the device without opening the converter cover - saving time and protecting the electronics from potentially harsh environments. Converter models are avialable in HART, DE and FOUNDATION Fieldbus communication protocols.
The AX2200 and AX2300 Multivariable Vortex Flow Meters from Azbil North America employ three sensing elements in a single meter; a vortex shedding velocity sensor, an RTD temperature sensor, and a solid state pressure transducer. This unique combination allows accurate mass flow measurements of gases, liquids and steam. When compared to traditional methods involving multiple instruments, the AX2200/AX2300 can save you time, installation costs while providing a safer measurement by reducing potential leak paths.
The AT9000 Advanced Transmitter combines the highest level of performance with outstanding long-term stability. Utilizing field proven piezoresistive sensing technology combined with a unique characterization process each individual transmitter is tuned to provide the highest level of performance under actual operating conditions. The AT900 Advanced Transmitter is available in Differential Pressure, Gauge, Absloute and Flanged models to meet all your pressure measurement needs.
The Advanced temperature controllers Transmitter (models ATT60/70) is a field instrument that converts inputs from thermocouples, mVs, and RTD's into analog (4 to 20mA) and digital signals and transmits them to receivers. Various parameters can be remotely set and self-diagnosis can be performed through the Smart Field Communicator (SFC). It can also execute two-way communications between the SFC, or HART® 375 communicator, and, via DE protocol, with the TDCS3000 or 3000X and a database, thus facilitating self-diagnosis, range re-setting, and automatic zero adjustment.