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Data Sheet
D184S031U02

Electromagnetic Flowmeter FXM2000 (COPA-XM/MAG-XM)

■ Function – The flowrate of liquids, slurries, pastes and sludges can be measured accurately with the electromagnetic flowmeter – Minimum conductivity 5 μS/cm – The measurement system consists of a flowmeter primary and a converter in a compact or remote mounted design
■ Applications – Suitable for flow metering in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, the food industry, in water and waste water treatment facilities and all other industry branches – The multitude of products being metered confirms the flexibility and effectiveness of the metering principle
■ Instrument Advantages – Simple, menu controlled operating structure – Configure externally using a Magnetic Stick – Integrated diagnostic/self monitoring functions – EEPROM-Module for easiest converter exchange – Long term, stable accuracy ≤ 0.4 % of rate, option ≤ 0.2 % of rate – Current and pulse outputs, contact input and output user configurable – HART-Protocol with 4...20 mA – PROFIBUS DP
■ Important Instrument Features – Designed in accord with PED-Directive 97/23/EC [Pressure Equipment Directive] – Flanges per DIN/EN 1092-1/ASME/ANSI/JIS DN 3...DN 2000 [1/10”...40”] – Variable process connections DN 1...DN 100 [1/25”...4”]

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Electromagnetic Flowmeter FXM2000 (COPA-XM/MAG-XM)

Overview, Flowmeter Primary and Converter Designs COPA-XM

Variable Connections

Connection Types

Fixed Flanges

Wafer Design

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Fixed Flanges

DN 3 - DN 40 [1/10”-1½”]

Weld stubs

Tri-Clamp

DN 3-DN 40 [1/10”-1½”]

Food Ind. fittings External threads

Add’l types see Dimensions, others upon request

DN 50 - DN 100 [2”-4”]

DN 50 - DN 100 [2”-4”]

Accuracy

0.4% of rate, option 0.2% of rate

Flowmeter primary materials

Stainless steel housing Series 2000

Alum. Series 4000

Flowmeter Primary

Model number

DM23*

DM23F

DM23W

DM43F

Process Connections

DN Inch

* DN

PN

DN Inch PN

DN

PN

Wafer design

3-100 1/10-4

W



3-50 1/10-2 10-40



65-100 2½-4 10-16

Flanged DIN 2501/EN1092-1

3-100 1/10-4

F 3-100

10-40



3-2000

10-40

Flanged ASME B16.5/

3-100 1/10-4

F 1/10”-4” CL150-300/JIS



1/10”-40” CL150/JIS

JIS B2210-10K

1/10”-12” CL300

Food ind. fitting DIN 11851

3-100 1/10-4

S







Weld stubs ISO 1127

3-100 1/10-4

J







DIN 11850

3-100 1/10-4

R

DIN 2463

3-100 1/10-4

Q

ISO 2037

3-100 1/10-4

P

SMS

25-100 1-4

X

Tri-Clamp DIN 32676

3-100 1/10-4

T







ASME BPE

3-100 1/10-4

K

External threads ISO 228

3-25 1/10-1

E







1/8” Sanitary connector

1-2 1/25-1/12 B







Liner

PFA (vacuum-proof) (> DN 2) PFA (vacuum-proof)

PFA (vacuum-proof)

Hard/soft rubber,

PEEK, Torlon (< DN 3)

PTFE, PFA, others

Conductivity

≥ 5 μS/cm (20 μS/cm for demineralized water)

Electrodes

SST No. 1.4571 [316Ti], 1.4539 [904L], Hastelloy B-3/C-4, Platinum-Iridium, Tantalum, Titanium

Process connection material

SST No. 1.4404 [316L], SST No. 1.4571 [316Ti]



Steel, SST No. 1.4571

1.4571[316Ti], PVC, POM

[316Ti]

Protection Class

IP 67

IP 67

IP 67

IP 67

Fluid temperature

-25 to 130 °C

-40 to 130 °C

-25 to 130 °C

-25 to 130 °C

Approvals

Official calibration

Cold water and waste water, fluids other than water

Press. equipm. directive 97/23/EC

Conformity assessment in accordance with category III, fluid group 1

CRN (Canadian Regist. Number)

on request

Approvals

Hygienic & sterile requirements

CIP/SIP-capable,

CIP/SIP-capable

CIP-capable

EHEDG (Cleanability)

Converter

Supply power

24 V, 115 V, 230 V AC, 24 V DC

Current output standard

0/2–10 mA, 0–5 mA, 0/4–20 mA, 0/4–10/12–20 mA

Pulse output, 1-channel std.

active, 24 V, optocoupler

Ext. zero return

yes

Ext. totalizer reset

yes

Forward/reverse metering

yes

Data link Communication

RS485, PROFIBUS DP ASCII-Protocol, PROFIBUS DP, HART-Protocol®

Fluid monitoring std.

yes, from DN 10 [3/8”]

Self monitoring/Diagnostic

yes

Local display/totalization

yes

2 Flow ranges

yes, switching automatic or externally

Preset counter

yes, START/STOP using contact input, stop using contact output

Density correction

yes, manual entry (totalizer and display in weight units)

1) 25 °C if the process connection is made of stainless steel; -10 °C if the process connection is made of steel

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Overview, Flowmeter and Converter Designs MAG-XM

Variable Connections

Connection Types

Fixed Flanges

Wafer Design

D184S031U02
Fixed Flanges

DN 3 - DN 40 [1/10”-1½”]

Weld stubs

Tri-Clamp

DN 3-DN 40 [1/10”-1½”]

Food Ind. fittings External threads

DN 50 - DN 100 [2”-4”]

Add’l types see Dimensions, others upon request

DN 50 - DN 100 [2”-4”]

Accuracy

0.4% of rate, option 0.2% of rate

Flowmeter primary materials

Stainless steel housing Series 2000

Alum Series 4000

Flowmeter Primary

Model number

DM21*

DM21F

DM21W

DM41F

Process Connections

DN Inch

* DN

PN

DN Inch PN

DN

PN

Wafer design

3-100 1/10-4

W



3– 50 1/10-2 10–40



65–100 2½-4 10–16

Flanged DIN 2501/EN 1092-1

3-100

F 3–100

10–40



3–2000

10–40

Flanged ASME B16.5/ JIS B2210-10K

3-100 1/10-4

F 1/10”-4” CL150-300/JIS



1/10”-40” CL150/JIS

1/10”-12” CL300

Food ind. fitting DIN 11851

3-25

1/10-1

S







Weld stubs ISO 1127

3-100 1/10-4

J







DIN 11850

3-100 1/10-4

R

DIN 2463

3-100 1/10-4

Q

ISO 2037

3-100 1/10-4

P

SMS

25-100 1-4

X

Tri-Clamp DIN 32676

3-100 1/10-4

T







ASME BPE

3-100 1/10-4

K

External threads ISO 228

3-25 1/10-1

E







1/8” Sanitary connector

1-2 1/25-1/12

B







Liner

PFA (vacuum-proof) (> DN 2) PEEK, Torlon (< DN 3)

PFA (vacuum-proof)

PFA (vacuum-proof)

Hard/soft rubber, PTFE, PFA, others

Conductivity

≥ 5 μS/cm (20 μS/cm for demineralized water)

Electrodes

SST No. 1.4571[316Ti], 1.4539 [904L], Hastelloy B-3/C-4, Platinum-Iridium, Tantalum, Titanium

Process connection material

SST No. 1.4404 [316L] SST No. 1.4571 [316Ti]



Steel, SST No.1.4571[316Ti]

Protection Class

IP 67 / IP 68

IP 67 / IP 68

IP 67 / IP 68

IP 67 / IP 68

Fluid temperature

-25 to 130 °C

-40 to 130 °C

-25 to 130 °C

-25 to 130 °C / 180 °C

Approvals

Official calibration

Cold water and waste water, fluids other than water

Press. equip. directive 97/23/EC

Conformity assessment in accordance with category III, fluid group 1

CRN (Canadian Regist. Number)

on request

Approvals

Hygienic & sterile requirements

CIP/SIP-capable, EHEDG (Cleanability), 3A2)

CIP/SIP-capable

CIP-capable

Converter

Model number

50XM2000

Supply power

24 V, 115 V, 230 V AC, 24 V DC

Current output standard

0/2–10 mA, 0–5 mA, 0/4–20 mA, 0/4–10/12–20 mA

Pulse output, 1-channel std.

active, 24 V, optocoupler

Ext. zero return

yes

Ext. totalizer reset

yes

Forward/reverse metering

yes

Data link

RS485, PROFIBUS DP

Communication

ASCII-Protocol, PROFIBUS DP, HART-Protocol®

Fluid monitoring std.

yes, from DN 10 [3/8”]

Self monitoring/Diagnostic

yes

Local display/totalization

yes

2 Flow ranges

yes, automatic or external switching

Preset counter

yes, START/STOP using contact input, stop using contact output

Density correction

yes, manual entry (totalizer and display in weight units)

Housing

Field mount housing

1) 25 °C if the process connection is made of stainless steel -10 °C if the process connection is made of steel 2) The approvals apply to DN3…DN100. Please observe the special installation conditions. See the operating instructions.

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Accuracy, Reference Conditions and Principle of Operation

Reference Conditions per EN 29104
Fluid Temperature 20 °C ± 2 K
Ambient Temperature 20 °C ± 2 K
Supply Power Nominal voltage per name plate UN ± 1%
Test Reference Installation Conditions, Straight Pipe Sections Upstream > 10 x D, Downstream > 5 x D, D = Flowmeter primary size Please note the COPA-XM/MAG-XM Operating Instruction.
Warm Up Phase 30 min
Effect on Analog Output Same as pulse output plus ± 0.1% of rate
Temperature Effects 0.1% of rate /10 °C

Pulse Output

Standard: Optional:

Q> 0.05 Rangemax ± 0.4% of rate Q< 0.05 Rangemax ± 0.0002 Rangemax Q> 0.1 Rangemax ± 0.2% of rate Q< 0.1 Rangemax ± 0.0002 Rangemax

4 3

2

Standard

Calibration

1

Optional

0,4

Calibration

0,2 Q

0

2 4 6 8 10

100 120 140 150 Range max

Accuracy %

Principle of Operation
Faraday’s Laws of Induction form the basis for the electromagnetic flowmeters. It states that a voltage is induced in a conductor as it moves through a magnetic field.
This principle is applied to a conductive fluid which flows through a magnetic field generated perpendicular to the flow direction (see Schematic).
The voltage induced in the fluid is measured at two electrodes, installed diametrically opposite to each other. This signal voltage UE is proportional to the magnetic induction B, the electrode spacing D and the average flow velocity v.
Noting that the magnetic induction B and the electrode spacing D are constants, indicates that a proportionality exists between the signal voltage UE and the average flow velocity v. The equation for the volume flow shows that the signal voltage UE is linear and proportional to the volume flowrate.
The induced signal voltage is processed in the converter into scaled, analog and digital signals.

Magnet Coil
y
z
Meter Tube in Electrode Plane

v

Signal Electrode

B D
E

x UE

Signal Voltage

0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1

10 12 14 15 m/s

Information:
Rangemax is the flowrate equivalent to a flow velocity of 10 m/s (see Table Page 6)

UE = Signal voltage B = Magnetic induction

D = Electrode spacing

v

= Average flow velocity

qv = Volume flowrate

UE ~ B ⋅ D ⋅ v

qv =

D2 π ----------- ⋅ v

4

UE ~ qv

Fig. 1: Accuracy

Fig. 2: Electromagnetic Flowmeter Schematic

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Installation Requirements and Flowmeter Primary Grounding Procedures

In- and Outlet Straight Sections The measurement principle is independent of the flow profile as long as eddies do not extend into the region where the measurements are made, e.g. after double elbows in 2 planes, tangential entries or partially opened gate valves installed directly upstream from the flowmeter. In such situations measures to normalize the flow profile are required. It is recommended that flow control devices be installed downstream from the flowmeter primary.
Grounding Grounding the flowmeter primary is necessary not only for safety reasons but also to assure proper operation of the electromagnetic flowmeter. The grounding screws on the flowmeter primary, which correspond to VDE 0100, Part 540, are to be connected to earth potential. For measurement reasons this potential should be identical to the fluid potential if at all possible.
In applications using plastic or insulating lined pipelines the ground connections are made utilizing grounding plates or grounding electrodes. If stray currents are present in the pipeline, grounding plates up- and downstream of the flowmeter primary are recommended.
Electrode Axis Neither electrode should be positioned at the highest point in the pipeline in horizontal installations. Gas bubbles, which may be present in the fluid, could interrupt the electrical connection between the electrodes and the fluid. An ideal installation is shown in Fig. 3. Assure that the meter tube is always completely filled with fluid. Instrument designs with removable electrodes for cleaning are available upon request.

Installations in Larger Size Pipelines The flowmeter can be installed in larger size pipelines without problems using reducer sections. The pressure drop when reducers are used can be determined from the Nomograph, Fig. 4. The procedure for determining the pressure drop is as follows:
1. Calculate the diameter ratio d/D. 2. Calculate the flow velocity as a function of the
flowmeter size and the flowrate:
v = --------------------Q-----(-F---l-o---w----r--a---t-e---)------------------Flowmeter Primary Constant
The flow velocity can also be determined from the Flowrate Nomographs, Fig. 16 and Fig. 17.
3. In Fig. 4 read the “Pressure drop” value, y-axis, at the intersection of the “Diameter Ratio”, x-axis, and the “Flow Velocity” curve.
Flanged reducer
V
d = EMF inside diameter D = Pipeline inside diameter v = Flow velocity in m/s Δp = Pressure drop in mbar
Pressure Drop Nomograph for EMF Flanged reducer with α/2 = 8°
100

Electrode axis

Pressure Drop Δp [mbar]

v=8m/s 7m/s 6m/s 5m/s
10 4m/s
3m/s
2m/s
1
1m/s

Fig. 3: Electrode Axis

0.5

0.6

0.7

0.8

0.9

Diameter Ratio d/D

Fig. 4: Pressure Drop Nomograph

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Specifications Flowmeter Primary

Meter Size

DN
1 1.5 2
3 4 6
8 10 15
20 25
32 40
50 65 80
100 125 150
200 250 300
350 400 500
600 700 800
900 1000
1200 1400 1600
1800 2000

Inch
1/25 1/16 1/12
1/10 5/32 1/4
5/16 3/8 1/2
3/4 1
1-1/4 1-1/2
2 2-1/2 3
4 5 6
8 10 12
14 16 20
24 28 32
36 40
48 54 64
72 80

Std. Press. Rating PN
10 10 10
40 40 40
40 40 40
40 40
40 40
40 40 40
16 16 16
10/16 10/16 10/16
10/16 10/16
10
10 10 10
10 10
6 6 6
6 6

Min. Flow Range Flow Velocity. 0 to 0.5 m/s

0 to 0.03 l/min 0 to 0.06 l/min 0 to 0.1 l/min

0 to 0.2 l/min 0 to 0.4 l/min 0 to 1 l/min

0 to 1.5 l/min 0 to 2.25 l/min 0 to 5 l/min

0 to 7.5 l/min 0 to 10 l/min

0 to 20 0 to 30
0 to 3 0 to 6 0 to 9
0 to 12 0 to 21 0 to 30
0 to 54 0 to 90 0 to 120
0 to 165 0 to 225 0 to 330
0 to 480 0 to 660 0 to 900
0 to 1200 0 to 1350
0 to 2100 0 to 2700 0 to 3600
0 to 4500 0 to 5700

l/min
l/min
m3/h m3/h m3/h
m3/h m3/h m3/h
m3/h’ m3/h m3/h
m3/h m3/h m3/h
m3/h m3/h m3/h
m3/h m3/h
m3/h m3/h m3/h
m3/h m3/h

Max. Flow Range Flow Velocity. 0 to 10 m/s

Max. Flow Range Flow Velocity. 0 to 15 m/s

0 to

0.6 l/min 0 to

0.9 l/min

0 to

1.2 l/min 0 to

1.8 l/min

0 to

2 l/min 0 to

3 l/min

0 to

4 l/min 0 to

6 l/min

0 to

8 l/min 0 to

12 l/min

0 to

20 l/min 0 to

30 l/min

0 to

30 l/min 0 to

45 l/min

0 to

45 l/min 0 to 67.5 l/min

0 to 100 l/min 0 to 150 l/min

0 to 150 l/min 0 to 225 l/min 0 to 200 l/min 0 to 300 l/min

0 to 400 l/min 0 to 600 l/min

0 to 600 l/min 0 to 900 l/min

0 to

60 m3/h 0 to

90 m3/h

0 to 120 m3/h 0 to 180 m3/h

0 to 180 m3/h 0 to 270 m3/h

0 to 240 m3/h 0 to 360 m3/h 0 to 420 m3/h 0 to 630 m3/h 0 to 600 m3/h 0 to 900 m3/h

0 to 1080 m3/h 0 to 1620 m3/h 0 to 1800 m3/h 0 to 2700 m3/h 0 to 2400 m3/h 0 to 3600 m3/h

0 to 3300 m3/h 0 to 4950 m3/h 0 to 4500 m3/h 0 to 6750 m3/h 0 to 6600 m3/h 0 to 9900 m3/h

0 to 9600 m3/h 0 to 14400 m3/h 0 to 13200 m3/h 0 to 19800 m3/h 0 to 18000 m3/h 0 to 27000 m3/h

0 to 24000 m3/h 0 to 36000 m3/h 0 to 27000 m3/h 0 to 40500 m3/h

0 to 42000 m3/h 0 to 63000 m3/h 0 to 54000 m3/h 0 to 81000 m3/h 0 to 72000 m3/h 0 to 108000 m3/h

0 to 90000 m3/h 0 to 135000 m3/h 0 to 114000 m3/h 0 to 171000 m3/h

Information: The flow range end value can be set anywhere between 0.5 and 15 m/s, even though the flow rate nomographs on Page 10 only cover a range from 0.5 to 10 m/s. (For max. flow range end values see last column in the above table).

Flanged Design and Pressure Ratings

Meter Size Flanges1) DN / Inch

Material

PN

PED

3–25 1/10”–1”

DIN ASME
JIS

SST No. 1.4571 [316Ti] or Steel

40 bar CL 150, CL 300
10 bar

SEP Art.3 Par. 3

32 1-1/4”

DIN ASME
JIS

SST No. 1.4571 [316Ti] or Steel

40 bar CL 150, CL 300
10 bar

40 1-1/2”

DIN ASME
JIS

SST No. 1.4571 [316Ti] or Steel

40 bar CL 150, CL 300
10 bar

Certificate of Compliance for Category III, Module B1 + D, Fluid Group 1

50

DIN SST No. 1.4571

40 bar

2”

ASME [316Ti] or Steel CL 150, CL 300

JIS

10 bar

65 2-1/2”

DIN ASME
JIS

SST No. 1.4571 [316Ti] or Steel

16, 40 bar CL 150, CL 300
10 bar

80

DIN SST No. 1.4571

40 bar

3”

ASME [316Ti] or Steel CL 150, CL 300

JIS

10 bar

100

DIN SST No. 1.4571 16, 40 bar

4”

ASME [316Ti] or Steel CL 150, CL 300

JIS

10 bar

125

DIN SST No. 1.4571 16, 40 bar

5”

ASME [316Ti] or Steel CL 150, CL 300

150

DIN SST No. 1.4571 16, 40 bar

6”

ASME [316Ti] or Steel CL 150, CL 300

200

DIN SST No. 1.4571 10, 16, 25, 40 bar

8”

ASME [316Ti] or Steel CL 150, CL 300

250

DIN SST No. 1.4571 10, 16, 25, 40 bar

10”

ASME [316Ti] or Steel CL 150, CL 300

300

DIN SST No. 1.4571 10, 16, 25, 40 bar

12”

ASME [316Ti] or Steel CL 150, CL 300

350-600 14”-24”

DIN ASME

SST No. 1.4571 10, 16, 25, bar

[316Ti] or Steel

CL 150

700-1000 28”-40”

DIN ASME

SST No. 1.4571 10, 16, 25, bar

[316Ti] or Steel

CL 150

1200-2000 DIN SST No. 1.4571 6, 10, 16, bar

48”-80”

[316Ti] or Steel

1) Connection dimensions for flanges acc. to DIN 2501/EN1092-1 or ASME B16.5 or JIS B2210-10K.

Max. Allowable Cleaning Temperature

CIP-cleaning
Steam cleaning Liquid cleaning

Liner Flowmeter Primary
PTFE, PFA, PTFE, PFA,

Tmax.°C
150 140

tmax Minutes
60
60

TAmb. °C
25 25

If the ambient temperature >25 °C, the difference must be subtracted from the max. cleaning temperature. Tmax – Δ °C. Δ °C = (TAmb. -25 °C)

Min. allowable Pressure and Fluid Temperature

Liner material
Hard rubber Soft rubber PTFE
Thick PTFE High temperature design PFA

Meter size DN
15 to 2000 50 to 2000 10 to 600
25 to 80 100 to 250
300 3 to 100

POperation mbar abs
0
0
270 400 500
0 67 27
0

at TOperation °C
< 90 < 70 < 20 < 100 < 130 < 180 < 180 < 180 < 130

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Ambient conditions1)
Ambient Temperature: -25 °C/-10 °C to +60 °C Fluid temperature: -25 °C/-10 °C to +130 °C/+180 °C Storage temperature: -25 °C to +70 °C
Temperature Diagram (Model DM43F) DM23F
Ambient Temperature °C 60

25

-25

0

-10

-25

Standard

50

130

Fluid

Temperature °C

Stn. Stl. Flanges

Fig. 5:

Fluid Temperature as a Function of the Ambient Temperature, Model FXM2000-DM43F

Temperature Diagram (Model DM41F) DM21F
Ambient Temperature °C 60

40

10

0

-25 -10

90

-10

-25 Standard flanges (Steel) Hard/Soft Rubber max. 90 °C
with Stn. Stl. flanges

130 180 Fluid Temperature °C
Standard flanges (Steel) PTFE/PFA max. 130 °C High temperature PTFE max. 180 °C

Fig. 6:

Fluid Temperature as a Function of the Ambient Temperature, Model FXM2000-DM41F

1) Note: Extended lower temperature range only for devices equipped with a stainless-steel flange. Extended upper temperature range only for a high-temperature variant.

Implementation of the Directive 97/23/EG „Pressure Equipment Directive“
The Pressure Equipment Directive is implemented as follows: • Classify all instruments as Category III (Pipelines for gaseous Liquids,
Group 1) • Compliance evaluation per module combination B1 and D
– B1: EU proposed test by a certified authority (TÜV) – D: Evaluation and monitoring of the QA-system for the
manufacture, test and inspection by a certified authority (TÜV) • Fulfillment of the safety requirements through use of the
AD-2000-Pamphlets
Exceptions to the Directive: Flowmeter sizes DN 1 to DN 25 [1/25”- 1”] are manufactured according to SEP Art. 3 Par. 3 and do not receive a CE-Mark. The flowmeter sizes DN 700 to DN 2000 [28”-80”] are assigned according to Art. 1 Par. (3) No. 3.2. These are used in water supply and distribution networks and for the flow of waste water together with the connected equipment within the application range of the Directive.

Material Strength Curves

Liners: PTFE, PFA, Hard/Soft Rubber (limited from -15 °C to 90/70 °C)
45
40 PN 40
35
30

Hochtemperaturbereich High temperature range

Druck / Pressure (PS) [bar]

25 PN 25
20
15 PN 16
10 PN 10
5
0 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190
Temperatur / Temperature (TS) [°C]

Fig. 7: DIN-Flanges SS No.1.4571[316Ti] to DN 600

Liners: PTFE, Hard/Soft Rubber (limited from -15 °C to 90/70 °C)

Druck / Pressure (PS) [bar]

55

50 CL300
45

Hochtemperaturbereich High temperature range

40

35

30

25

20

15

CL150

10

5

0 -30 -10 10

30

50

70

90

110 130 150 170 190

Temperatur / Temperature (TS) [°C]

Fig. 8: ASME/ANSI-Flanges SS No.1.4571[316Ti] to 24”

Liners: PTFE, Hard/Soft Rubber (limited from -15 °C to 90/70 °C)

Druck / Pressure (PS) [bar]

45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0
30

PN 40

Hochtemperaturbereich High temperature range

PN 25
PN 16 PN 10
10 10 30 50 70 90 110 130 150 170 190
Temperatur / Temperature (TS) [°C]

Fig. 9: DIN-Flanges Steel to DN 600

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Liners: PTFE, Hard/Soft Rubber (limited from -15 °C to 90/70 °C)

Druck / Pressure (PS) [bar]

55
50 CL300
45

Hochtemperaturbereich High temperature range

40

35

30

25

20 CL150
15

10

5

0 -30 -10 10 30 50 70 90 110 130 150 170 190
Temperatur / Temperature (TS) [°C]

Fig. 10: ASME-Flanges Steel to 24”

JIS B2210-10K Flange SST No. 1.4571 [316Ti] or Steel

Meter Size DN
32–100
32–100

Material
SST No.1.4571 [3156Ti] Steel

PN TS [°C] 10 -25 to +180 10 -10 to +180

PS [bar] 10 10

Liners: PTFE, Hard/Soft Rubber (from -15 °C to 90/70 °C)

Liners: Hard/Soft Rubber (limited from -15 °C to 90/70 °C)

Druck / Pressure (PS) [bar]

17

16

DN 700 PN 16

15

14

13

DN 900 PN 16

12

DN 800 PN 16

11

DN 1000 PN 16

10

9

DN 900 PN10

DN 800 PN 10

8

DN 700 PN 10

7
6 30 20 10 0

DN 1000 PN 10 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90

Temperatur / Temperature (TS) [°C]

Fig. 11: DIN-Flanges SST No. 1.4571 [316Ti] ≤ DN 1000

Liners Hard/Soft Rubber (limited from -15 °C to 90/70 °C)
16

Druck/Pressure (PS) [bar]

14 DN 1400 PN 16

DN 1200

DN 1600/DN 1800

12

DN 2000

10

DN 1200 PN 10

DN 1400

DN 1600

8

DN 1800 DN 2000

6

DN 1200 PN 6

DN 1400

DN 1800

4

DN 1600/DN 2000

2

0

30

0

30

60

90

Temperatur/Temperature (TS) [°C]

Fig. 13: DIN-Flanges SST No. 1.4571 [316Ti] DN 1200 - DN 2000

Liners: Hard/Soft Rubber (limited from -10 °C to 90/70 °C)

18

16

14

Druck/Pressure (PS) [bar]

12

10

8

6

4

2

0

10

0

20

50

80

Temperatur/Temperature (TS) [°C]

Fig. 14: DIN-Flanges Steel DN 1200 - DN 2000

DN 1400 PN 16 DN 1200 DN 1600/DN 1800 DN 2000
PN 10 DN 1200/DN 1400 DN 1600/DN 1800 DN 2000
PN 6 DN 1200/DN 1400 DN 1400 DN 1800 DN 1600/DN 2000

Liners: Hard/Soft Rubber (limited from -15 °C to 90/70 °C)

Druck / Pressure (PS) [bar]

17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6
10 0

10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80
Temperatur / Temperature (TS) [°C]

Fig. 12: DIN-Flanges Steel ≤ DN 1000

DN 700 PN 16
DN 900 PN 16 DN 800 PN 16 DN 1000 PN 16
DN 900 PN 10 DN 800 PN 10 DN 700 PN 10 DN 1000 PN 10 90

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Electromagnetic Flowmeter FXM2000 (COPA-XM/MAG-XM)

D184S031U02

Protection Class per EN 60529 IP 67 Standard IP 68 (only for MAG-XM DM41F/DM21 possible)
Pipeline vibration following EN 60068-2-6
The following applies to compact devices (COPA): In the range of 10…55 Hz, max. deflection 0.15 mm In the range of 55…150Hz, max. acceleration 2 g
The following applies to devices with a separate measurement converter:
In the range of 10…55 Hz, max. deflection 0.15 mm
Design
Meter Tube Stainless steel No. 1.4301 [304]
DN 3 to DN 400 DM41/43F: dual-shell casing: cast aluminum, coated1) DM21/23F: deep-drawn casing, stainless steel no. 1.4301
Flanges Steel galvanized standard Stainless steel 1.4571 [316Ti] (≤ DN15 [1/2”] and DM21/23F standard)
DN 500 to DN 2000 Welded steel construction, painted1)
Flanges Steel, painted standard Stainless steel 1.4571 [316Ti]
1) Paint coat 60 μm thick, RAL 9002

Connection Box
DM41F/DM43F/DM23F Cast aluminum, coated Pain coat thickness 60 μm Frame: RAL 7012 Cover: RAL 9002
DM21F Stainless steel no. 1.4301
Weight See Dimensions Drawings
Laid Length Flanged (Short Design) Meter sizes DN 3 – DN 400 [1/10” – 16”] correspond to the lengths defined in DIN Flange Design VDE/VDI 2641 and DVGW Working Paper W420 (Water Totalizer, Design WP ISO 4064 Short as well as ISO 13359).
ASME B16.5 CL 150/CL 300 (other upon request) With PFA, flanged (ISO laid length)
ASME B16.5 CL 150/CL 300 (other upon request) With PTFE, hard/soft rubber Laid length Series 1000 or ISO laid length Protection flanges for laid length Series 1000 L+20 mm ≤ DN 80 [3”] L+25 mm from DN 100 [4”] can be specified.

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Electromagnetic Flowmeter FXM2000 (COPA-XM/MAG-XM)

Flowrate Nomographs

l/min m3/h

l/s

l/min m3/h

D184S031U02
l/s

Fig. 15:

Example

53

8

46 32 5

4

2 102

3

82 103 6

85

0

4

10

10

6 53

DN 80

8

4

DN

3 2 DN 65 65

4

2

10

50

3

8

DN

2

102 6

40

85

DN

4

32

6

DN

1

53

8

4

2

25

6

3 DN 20

5 4

2 1

DN 15

3

8

DN

2

10 6

85

10

64

DN

10 1

53

8

8

4

DN

6

32

6 N

5

D

4

2 10 1

3

8

4

N

2

16

D

85

6 4 N3

10 2

53

D

8

4

32

2 N

6 5

D

4

2

10 2

1.5

3

8

DN

2

10 1 6

1

85

DN

4 6

10 3

53

8

4

6

32

5

4

2 10 3

3

0.5 0.6 0.8 1

2 3 4 5 6 8 10 m/s

Flowrate Nomograph DN 1 to DN 100 [1/25” to 4”]

2

3

5

4

2

10 5

3

8 2
10 6 6

85

6 4 10 4

53

8

4

2

6

3

5

DN DN DN DN DN DN DN DN DN DN DN DN DN DN DN DN 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1200 1400 1600 18002000

4

2

10 4

3

8 2
10 5 6

85

6 4 10 3

53

8

4

2

6

3

5

4

2

10 3

3

82 10 4 6

85

4 6

10 2

53

8

4

2

6

3

5

DN 200

4

2

10 2

3

DN DN 125 150

8

2

10 3 6

85

4

6

10

53

8

4

2

6

3

5

4

2

10

3

Fig. 16:

0.5 0.6 0.8 1

2 3 4 5 6 8 10

m/s

Flowrate Nomograph DN 125 to DN 2000 [5” to 80”]

Flowrate Nomograph The volume flowrate is a function of the flow velocity and the flowmeter size. The Flowrate Nomographs, Fig. 16 and Fig. 17, indicate the flowrate range for a specific flowmeter size and which flowmeter sizes are suitable for a specific flowrate.

Example: Flowrate = 7 m3/h (maximum value = range end value). Suitable are flowmeter sizes DN 20 to DN 65 [3/4” to 2-/12”] for a flow velocity between 0.5 and 10 m/s.

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