Electromagnetic flow transmitter

The EFT10 Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter combines coil excitation with digital communications for end users in conductive liquid applications

07/09/2013


The EFT10 Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter combines coil excitation with digital communications for end users in conductive liquid applications. Courtesy: Spirax SarcoThe EFT10 Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter combines the pulse Hybrid method of coil excitation with digital communications to provide end users with a product that measures all types of conductive liquid applications including mining, slurries, and low conductivity media. This instrument, combined with a flow tube, is useful for measuring low conductive fluids due to its stable flow signal to media noise ratio. Other features include a keypad for programming, a 10-year memory, batch control, RS485 Modbus interface, HART, two 4–20mA output and a scalable pulse frequency output. 

Spirax Sarco, Inc. 

www.spiraxsarco.com



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