The IMAC Pulsimatic Transmitter is an economical pulser which transmits a gas meter’s uncorrected volume output to remote totalizing and recording equipment.
The IMAC Pulsimatic Transmitter is an economical way to transmit a gas meter’s uncorrected volume output to remote totalizing and recording equipment. The pulser is available in ten different pulse outputs and has a low profile, so it does not interfere with most existing piping arrangements.
IMAC Systems Pulsimatic Transmitter
- Operates at low torque
- One-piece, precision machined cast aluminum housing provides the protection for the pulsing mechanism along with precise mechanical action
- Single or double independent outputs available on all models fit all types of industrial-size meters with a vertical mechanical index: diaphragm, rotary, and turbine meters
- Fast and easy field mounting
- Ideal for data acquisition systems, AMR (automated meter reading), AMI (advance metering infrastructure), remote totalization, PLC, and SCADA systems
The IMAC Pulsimatic Transmitter fits all types of industrial or commercial size gas meters with vertical mechanical indexes (diaphragm, turbine, and rotary meters). The Pulsimatic Transmitter is also a backup source of count if the meter index fails.