Omega introduces FMG70 Electromagnetic Low Flow Meter
March 13, 2011 - Omega’s new FMG70 series of electromagnetic low flow meters (Shown with M12 cable accessory M12C-PVC-4-R-F-5 $15.50 5 m (16.4') cable with right angle M12 x stripped leads) is maintenance-free and contains no moving parts, no flow obstructions and has a fast response time of < 500 ms. The low cost FMG70 series can be used in areas where flow sensors with moving parts e.g. paddle wheel sensors, cannot be applied due to contamination/ particulate in the media. This new product line allows a unique and highly reliable measuring technique to be introduced into areas of process control previously considered not possible. Ideal for water, chemical and cooling industries. Perfect for monitoring loops and chemical additives.
Price starts at $1000.
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