M2000 Electromagnetic Flow Meter

Combining a general-purpose detector with an amplifier, the ModMAG® M2000 Electromagnetic flow meter features an advanced, user-friendly design that is built for field verification testing with the use of a simple, handheld device.

Size Range 6…2032 mm
Temperature Range Up to 150° C
Power Supply 10…36V DC | 85…265V AC
Flow Range 0.03…12 m/sec
Accuracy ±0.2%



The Badger Meter ModMAG® M2000 is the result of years of research and field use of electromagnetic flow meter technology. Based on Faraday’s law of induction, these meters can measure water, wastewater, water-based fluids and other liquids that meet minimum electrical conductivity


• Available in sizes 0.25…78 in. (6…2000 mm)
• Accuracy of ±0.2% of reading ±1 mm/s
• Flow Range 0.03…12 m/s
• Pulsed DC magnetic field for zero point stability
• Integral and remote signal converter availability
• Power Supply of 100…240V AC / 9…36V DC
• Corrosion-resistant liners for long life
• Zero Straight Run (0 x DN) OIML/MID
• User friendly programming procedure
• Empty pipe detection
• Power loss totalization
• Digital signal processor (32-bit)
• Non-volatile programming memory
• LCD display
• Rotating cover
• IP67 Housing
• Calibrated in state-of-the-art facilities
• Modbus® RTU or Modbus TCP/IP, HART, M-Bus, EtherNet/IP, BACnet/IP, BACnet MS/TP (BTL certification), Profibus DP
• Integrated data logger
• Verifications device
• NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 and 372 listed
• CSA / AWWA C715 certified
• BEACON®/AquaCUE® connectivity


The M2000 transmitter can be integrally mounted to the sensor or can be remote-mounted, if necessary and has many advantages over other conventional technologies. The meter targets a variety of applications and is well suited for the diverse water and wastewater treatment industry. The M2000 meter can accurately measure fluid flow—whether the fluid is water or a highly corrosive liquid, very viscous, contains a moderate amount of solids, or requires special handling. Today, electromagnetic meters are successfully used in industries including building automation, oil and gas, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, water and wastewater, and chemical.