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Flow Sensor

By DE Staff   

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Endress+Hauser’s Picomag features Bluetooth and IO-Link connectivity.

Endress+Hauser has released its Picomag, a pocket-sized sensor for measuring the flow of electrically conductive fluids, their process temperature and conductivity. Installable into pipe up to 50mm in diameter, the unit offers NPT connectivity and Bluetooth using the company’s SmartBlue App. It also comes with on-board IO-Link connectivity and can be ordered with a G thread connection. Various process connection adapters are available, such as R-thread, internal thread, Tri-Clamp or Victaulic. The Picomag attains repeatability of ±0.1% o.f.s. It’s suitable for process temperatures between –10 to +85 °C (14 to 185 °F) as well as for process pressures up to 16 bar (232 psi). It requires no inlet and outlet runs and thus can be mounted directly before or after a pipe bend. Its display shows flow, temperature, conductivity and totalizer values, as well as operation errors via NAMUR diagnostic symbols.


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