Starting at $2,358.00
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  • 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 inch pipe sizes
  • 150lb ANSI flange pattern
  • 150psi (10.3bar) maximum line pressure
  • Up to ±0.75% of reading accuracy
  • Easy setup with minimal straight pipe required
  • Tamper-evident seal
  • Bidirectional flow reading
  • Optional built-in data logger
  • Pulse scaled output
  • 4-20mA, HART, Modbus, or high speed digital output
  • Mounted or remote 128x64 dot-matrix LCD display
  • Welded steel, epoxy-coated body
  • Polypropylene liner
  • 85-264VAC or 9-36VDC power supply
  • NSF-61 approved & IP68 rated


The Seametrics iMAG4700 series is the most economical flanged electromagnetic flowmeter on the market. With electrodes designed to discourage fouling, it is available in 2 to 12 inch pipe sizes for municipal or industrial water, waste and reclaimed water, pump stations, and packaged plant applications. Minimal straight pipe requirements allow the iMAG4700 meters to be used in piping configurations where there is little space between the meter and an elbow.

iMAG4700 flow meters are rated IP68 for applications where the meter may be operated under water to a depth of at least 10 feet (3 meters) continuously. The display can be meter mounted or remote, and both rate and total indication are standard. Rate and total units and pulse scaling can be set via the front panel touch key pad by the user. Bidirectional flow is standard with forward, reverse and net flow.

A power/output cable allows outputs for use with a variety of Seametrics and other displays and controls for remote reading and telemetry applications. Pulse output is standard on all models and 4-20mA passive current loop is standard on the iMAG4700p. In addition, 4-20mA loop, HART protocol, high speed digital, and Modbus protocol outputs are optional on the externally powered units, depending on model.


This product can be used in the following applications:

Here's how some of our customers use this product...

Monitoring Incoming Fresh Water in Remote Locations

The Background: Our customer is a remote water treatment plant in Oregon that needs to monitor incoming fresh water from natural wells in the area.

The Problem: The remote location provides numerous challenges: the area has no access to electricity so the meter needs to be battery-powered; the meter need to be dependable and maintenance-free; and a local data logger is necessary to store the readings. Additionally, the meter requires an NSF-61 approval for safe materials in contact with drinking water.

The Solution: The Seametrics iMAG4700 is designed for applications such as this. It is an economical, battery-powered electromagnetic flow meter with an optional built-in data logger. Mag meters have no moving parts making them extremely reliable and hassle-free. The iMAG4700 is NSF-61 approved.