Advanced diagnostics for electromagnetic flowmeters
Device and process monitoring functionalities for increased application safety
Excessive vibrations, extreme temperature, magnetic field effects, product-build up or medium properties such as corrosiveness affect the performance of electromagnetic flowmeters (EMF). If undetected, those external and process effects lead to a loss of process reliability and, if hazardous media are involved, threaten plant as well as occupational safety.
To detect disturbing influences fast and reliably, KROHNE EMFs have built-in self-diagnostic functions for the continuous monitoring of readings and the detection of process-related issues. This includes constant monitoring of electronics and sensor hardware, out-of-spec testing and other test routines to e.g. identify contamination, leakages or liner deformation.
Electromagnetic water meter for district metering of potable water and custody transfer (CT) measurement