GF Signet 2552 Magmeter
- Easy to remove and re-install during maintenance
- Hot-tap version for installation and service without system shutdown
- Diagnostic features using colored LED lights
- Three output choices: frequency, digital (S3L), or 4 to 20 mA
- Bi-directional flow and empty pipe detection
- Adjustable insertion depth for large pipe sizes up to DN2550 (102 inches)
- Flow rate range 0.05 to 10 m/s (0.15 to 33 ft/s)
- Measurement in dirty and high solids content liquids
The GF Signet 2552 magmeter flow sensor is a heavy duty, high performance electromagnetic flow sensor in an adjustable-insertion configuration. The GF Signet 2552 magmeter can be used with a ball valve for hot-tap installations. This insertion-style electromagnetic flow sensor has no moving parts and is constructed of corrosion-resistant materials to provide long-term reliability with minimal maintenance costs.
The GF Signet 2552 magmeter flow sensor is versatile and simple-to-install, delivering reliable flow measurement over a wide dynamic range in pipe sizes ranging from DN50 to DN2550 (2 to 102 inches). GF Signet 2552 magmeters and electromagnetic flow sensors offer a variety of output options compatible with GF Signet flow instruments that feature a frequency or digital (S3L) input. The blind transmitter (4 to 20 mA output) or digital sensor interface is available for long distance signal transmission.
The GF Signet 2552 magmeter / electromagnetic flow sensor’s empty pipe detection features a zero flow output when the electrodes are not completely wetted. The frequency output is bi-directional while the 4 to 20 mA output can be set for uni- or bi-directional flow. The 4 to 20 mA output is factory spanned and can be changed using the PC compatible accessory set-up tool.
Applications for GF Signet 2552 Magmeter / Electromagnetic Flow Sensors
- Municipal Water Distribution
- Water Inlets to Process Plants
- Surface, Ground and Ocean Water
- Chemical Processing
- Water and Wastewater Monitoring
- Industrial Water Distribution
- Food Processing and Waste Lines