Series MFS2 Magnetic Inductive Flow Sensor 1.3 to 26.4 GPM (5.0 to 100 LPM), 1" MNPT
Lower Cost PVDF Design, Frequency Output, ±1% Accuracy, Maintenance-Free
The Series MFS2 Magnetic Inductive Flow Sensor is a compact, lower cost plastic alternative to the Series MFS. Unlike sensors with moving parts, the MFS2 can be used in applications dealing with contaminated media. This series provides a reliable measuring technique, an obstruction free pipe cross-section, as well as a quick response time, making this series ideal for interference free operation. Any change in temperature, density, viscosity, concentration or electrical conductivity of the liquid, does not affect the output signal of this Magnetic Inductive Flow Sensor. This, in addition to its long life cycle and PVDF process connection, makes this series perfect for accurate reversible gauging of volume flow of conductive liquids in closed piping.
Principles of Operation The measuring pipe is in a magnetic field. If an electrically conductive medium with a certain flow passes through the pipe, it passes at a right-angle to the magnetic field, creating a voltage that is proportional to the average flow velocity and picked up by two electrodes within the MFS2. A frequency output signal is obtained that is proportional to the flow.
Continuous flow monitoring
- No moving parts
- No mechanical wear