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Dwyer Multi-Jet Water Meter w/Pulsed Output, WMT2-A-C-02-1, 3/4"

$84

Dwyer Multi-Jet Water Meter w/Pulsed Output, WMT2-A-C-02-1, 3/4"

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Product description

Dwyer Series WMT2 Multi-Jet Water Meter is ideal for commercial and industrial applications. The multi-jet design allows simplicity and accuracy with wide flow ranges even in low flow applications. The meter is designed for long service life and relatively maintenance-free operation, even under adverse conditions. The magnetically driven, hermetically sealed register will not leak or fog and is completely separated from the water. The reed switch is activated by a magnet on the dial, which is directly proportional to the flow rate. The output is perfect for remote monitoring of flow rate or flow totalization, and can interface with PLC's, counters, data loggers, and SCADA systems. Note: NOT FOR POTABLE WATER USE, BRASS CONTAINS LEAD IN EXCESS OF LOW LEAD LIMITS. (Standard range shown in picture).

Dwyer Multi-Jet Water Meter w/Pulsed Output, WMT2-A-C-02-1, 3/4"

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