Dwyer Instruments Introduces New Series MFS2 Magnetic Inductive Flow Sensor

Press Release:
  Mar 27, 2014 — Dwyer Instruments, Inc., the preferred source for your complete range of practical and affordable instrumentation, is announcing the release of its NEW SERIES MFS2 MAGNETIC INDUCTIVE FLOW SENSOR.

The Series MFS2 Magnetic Inductive Flow Sensor is a compact, low cost, PVDF electromagnetic flowmeter. Unlike sensors with moving parts, the MFS2 can be used in applications dealing with contaminated media in ½”, ¾”, 1” or 1-1/4” diameter pipes. This series provides a reliable measuring technique with a ±1% accuracy, 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, does not affect the output signal of this magnetic inductive flow sensor. This, in addition to its long life cycle, makes this series perfect for accurate reversible gauging of volume flow of conductive liquids in closed piping. This unit is available for flow ranges from 0.02 to 66 GPM (0.25 to 250 LPM).

This unit operates by creating a magnetic field in its measuring pipe. When an electrically conductive medium passes through the pipe a voltage is created that is proportional to the average flow velocity. This velocity is picked up by two electrodes within the MFS2 and a frequency output signal is obtained that is proportional to the flow.

Complete details are available on our website @ Dwyer-inst.com/Product/Flow/FlowTransmitters/Electromagnetic-In-Line/SeriesMFS2/Ordering (Link Below)
For more information: http://www.dwyer-inst.com/Product/Flow/FlowTransmitters/Electromagnetic-In-Line/SeriesMFS2/Ordering
Tags: electromagnetic flowmeter, sensors, magnetics
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 Contact:Dawn Brooks 
 E-mail:DBrooks -at- dwyermail -dot- com 
 Company:Dwyer Instruments, Inc. View Company Profile 
 Address:workP.O. Box 373 
 Location:workMichigan City, IN 46361  United States 
 Web Site:http://www.dwyer-inst.com