HIDROMAG flowmeter with electromagnetic technology. Converter and sensor ready for installation separately, easy display reading installed in the converter. Power options: 220VAC, 24VDC and batteries.
No obstacles inside the pipe
- Hidroconta’s Hidromag flow meter features electromagnetic technology, so there are no obstacles inside the pipe and, therefore, no pressure losses, requiring less straight pipe section at the flow meter inlet and outlet points.
Adaptable to any type of fluid
- The coating elements and electrodes of the Hidromag flow meter are adapted according to the characteristics of the circulating fluid, i.e., the variations in density, viscosity, temperature, pressure and conductivity of the fluid do not affect the meter’s measurement.
- Programmable at low square wave excitation frequencies, improving the measurement stability and reducing the consumption.
Fully digital processing, providing a higher resistance to noise and producing more reliable measurements.
- It features a backlit high-definition LCD display.
- The Hidromag flow meter features different alarms, which are shown on the unit’s built-in display, including a smart detector of empty pipes, upper limits and lower limits.
- Hidroconta’s Hidromag flow meters cater to the power supply needs of different units, whether powered by batteries, at 220 VAC or 24 VDC.
- Our Hidromag flow meters are used to measure the volume and flow rate of conductive liquids inside enclosed pipes. The high reading accuracy is guaranteed throughout the meter’s metering range. They feature 16-bit microprocessors, achieving a high integration capacity and accuracy.
- The operating principle of the HIDROMAG electromagnetic meter is based on Faraday’s law of induction, a basic law of electromagnetism. The sensor is mainly made up of a measuring tube with an insulating coating, a pair of electrodes inserted into the measuring tube’s wall and a pair of windings and iron cores to produce the magnetic field. When the conductive liquid passes through the measuring tube, a voltage is created between the electrodes, which is directly proportional to the speed of the liquid. The signal is amplified and treated by a converter for the different functions shown on the display.