Starting at $1,815.00
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  • LCD display with programming via 3 buttons
  • Minimum conductivity of 5μS/cm
    • 20μS/cm for demineralized water
  • Up to 232 psi (16 bar) nominal pressure
  • Fluid temperature depends on material & mounting
    • Max of 178°F with hard rubber (meter or remote)
    • Max for PTFE is 212°F (meter) or 302°F (remote)
  • Uni-directional or bi-directional flow
  • Analog output
    • 0/4 to 20mA
    • 0 to 10mA
  • Pulse output
    • 2 open collectors
    • Passive 32VDC
    • 0 to 100Hz (100mA)
    • 100 to 10,000Hz (20mA)
    • Optional active
  • Max frequency output of 10kHz (open collector)
  • RS232, RS422, RS485 Modbus RTU communications
  • Min-Max flow alarm


The Badger Meter M1000 electromagnetic flow meter has been specifically designed for industrial water/ wastewater, machinery plants, vehicles and batching process applications. The operating principle of the M1000 electromagnetic flow meter is based on Faraday's law of magnetic induction: The voltage induced across any conductor, as it moves at right angles through a magnetic field, is proportional to the velocity of that conductor. The voltage induced within the fluid is measured by two diametrically opposed internally mounted electrodes. The induced signal voltage is proportional to the product of the magnetic flux density, the distance between the electrodes and the average flow velocity of the fluid.

The M1000 mag meter also has an "empty pipe" detection feature. This is accomplished with a third electrode positioned in the meter between twelve o'clock and one o'clock. If this electrode is not covered by fluid for a minimum of five-seconds, the meter will display an "empty pipe" condition. When the electrode again becomes covered with fluid, the error message will disappear and the meter will continue measuring.