The iMAG-Series is the most economical flanged electromagnetic flow meter on the market. With electrodes designed to discourage fouling, It is available in 3” to 12” pipe in municipal or industrial water, waste and reclaimed water, pump stations, and packaged plant applications. Minimal straight pipe requirements allow iMAG-Series meters to be used in piping configurations where there is little space between the meter and an elbow.
iMAG-Series meters are NSF-61 approved and are rated IP68 for applications where the meter may be operated under water to a depth of at least 10 feet (3 meters) continuously. The display can be meter mounted or remote, and both rate and total indication are standard. Rate and total units and pulse scaling can be set via the front panel touch key pad by the user. Bidirectional flow reading is standard with totals available in forward, reverse, net flow, batch forward flow, and batch reverse flow. Batch totals can be reset.
A power/output cable allows outputs for use with a variety of Seametrics and other displays and controls for remote reading and telemetry applications. Pulse output is standard on all models and 4-20mA passive current loop is standard on the iMAG 4700p. In addition, 4-20mA loop, HART protocol, high speed digital, and Modbus® protocol outputs are optional on the externally powered units, depending on model .
- Easy Setup
- External AC or DC power versions, with battery backup
- Minimal straight pipe
- Meter mounted rate/total indicator
- Pulse and 4-20mA output standard
- Additional optional output: HART/4-20mA, Modbus, or Digital
- Optional datalogger
- Use in water & wastewater treatment, municipalities, pump skids, pump stations, packaged plants, filtration systems, reclaimed water, hydraulic fracturing
- NSF-61 approved, IP68 rated
- iMAG-4700 and iMAG4700r models also available
These meters can be installed horizontally, vertically (with upward flow), and in any radial position. Using a check valve on the upstream side of the meter, and/or an air vent (vacuum relief valve) in the same, unobstructed run of pipe as the meter, is required in any installation where the meter may be exposed to suction when the system is not in normal operation. Suction can cause damage to the liner. Liner damage caused by suction, without the use of a check valve and/or air vent, may void the warranty.
The iMAG requires straight pipe before and after the meter for best accuracy. However, the ability of electromagnetic meters to average the flow across the entire pipe allows for shorter straight pipe recommendations than most mechanical meters
To prevent false readings, this meter is designed to indicate ‘EMPTY PIPE’ if one or more electrodes is exposed. For highest accuracy, install the meter so that the pipe will be full when there is flow. If air bubbles may be present in the pipe or sludge accumulation is an issue, rotate the meter by one flange hole to position the control housing at a 45˚ angle