BATTERY POWERED ELECTROMAGNETIC FLOWMETER
Now is possible to install a reliable flowmeter virtually anywhere without sacrificing accuracy or performance. No main power required. Adviced to applications such as irrigation or any other applications where is difficult or expensive to take the power lines
THE NEW ARKON'S MODULAR DESIGN OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FLOWMETER
Based on the same modular design as MAGX1 keeping all its advantages MAGX2 allows to the user to „design“ his own flowmeter for each application, selecting exactly the modules required and saving the cost of having not required features. It also allows easy updates.
AGRIMAG is a user friendly low cost flowmeter. It is one piece build in polypropylene powered by (6) AA batteries. It is available in 1”, 2” and 3” sizes. It has an accuracy of 1% and a battey life of 1-3 years
MAGS1 is a new stand-alone version of flowmeter available fom January of 2011.
The Mag910 is a sturdy user friendly electromagnetic flowmeter with a succesful story of installations all over the world. It includes as standard several output and communication options and a built-in datalogger.
The Mag910E electromagnetic flowmeter was originally designed to be an economic version of the Mag910. It quickly became a popular flowmeter, with a high emphasis on true measurement value at a very reasonable price.
Checkmag is a complete electromagnetic flowmeter suitable for many specific applications. It has a built-in datalogger with datalogger software. This flowmeter can also be offered with a full stainless steel sensor with IP68 for robust outdoor installations.
Arkon’s modular design electromagnetic pioneer. This model, now out of market, got a remarked successful until it was replaced in 2010 by the improved model MAGX2. Its “plug and play” solution supposed a big step offering a low-cost flowmeter.
MAGX2 offers a wide range of modules to allow each customer to design their own solution for his application. The modules are plug and play, can be easily installed or removed from the mother board (always check first that the unit is powered off) and have in most of the cases the size of a big post stamp.