Differential temperature flow meter
for gases or liquids, very precise measurments
Differential temperature / Electromagnetic
The flow meters TM-INI-100 & 400 feature advanced thermal flow sensing technology for highly reliable flow measurement in liquid or gas service. With no moving parts the design is an excellent maintenance-free alternative to mechanical meters.
Precision low flow meters with signal processing electronics integrally mounted to the sensor, installable at the process site. Capable of measuring gas flow.
Precision low flow meters with signal processing electronics integrally mounted to the sensor, installable at the process site. Capable of measuring liquid as well as gas flows
The model TM-INI-500 flow switch uses a patented flow measurement technology, where the temperature differential between a reference temperature sensor and a heated temperature sensor is monitored. Two resistance temperature detectors are utilized for the differential measurement. One RTD provides the fluid temperature reference. The other RTD measures the temperature of an adjacent heater.
The SERIES TMF-IEF Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter is an adjustable insertion flowmeter featuring electromagnetic technology that accurately and reliably measures fluid velocity in addition to providing several continuous signal outputs. This series is specifically designed to offer superior performance paired with simple installation and use. One unit is adjustable to fit pipe sizes from 4 to 36“ (101.6 to 914.4 mm), and offers several output options including selectable BACnet MS/TP or Modbus® RTU communications protocol over 2-wire RS-485 in addition to the standard analog, frequency and alarm outputs.
The Series TMF-TDFS2 Thermal Dispersion Flow Switch is a thermal flow switch that indicates whether the flow rate is above or below a user set flow rate. The unit incorporates two LED status indicators providing visual switch indication. The set flow rate (setpoint) is field adjustable and the unit has both NO and NC NPN outputs. See Figure 1 on catalog page for output and LED actions on change of flow.