SITRANS F M MAG 6000 I / 6000 I Ex de

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sitrans fm mag 6000i 6000i ex deSITRANS F M MAG 6000 I / 6000 I Ex de


The SITRANS F M MAG 6000 I and the SITRANS F M MAG 6000 I Ex de transmitters have an measuring accuracy of + 0.2% of the flow rate and are designed to meet the demands of the process industry. Both versions are based on a microprocessor with a built-in alphanumeric display.

In order to have a complete flowmeter, please combine it with one of the following MAG sensors:
SITRANS F M MAG 1100: Small sizes and wafer design
SITRANS F M MAG 1100 F: Food and pharma applications
SITRANS F M MAG 5100 W: Water applications
SITRANS F M MAG 3100: Comprehensive product program
SITRANS F M MAG 3100 P: Chemical and process applications

Application Examples: General process industry, Chemical industry


Accuracy 0.2 % ±1 mm/s
Input / output 1 current 
1 pulse/frequency 
1 relay
Communication HART
Profibus PA/DP
Foundation Fieldbus
Display Background illumination with alphanumeric text, 3 x 20 characters
Enclosure IP67 (NEMA 4x)
Power supply 24 V d.c.
115-230 V a.c.
18-30 V d.c.
Ambient temperature From -20 to 60°C (-4 to 140 °F)
Approvals CE
FM class 1, div 2
FM class 1, zone 2
CSA class 1, div 2
CSA class 1, zone 2
Ex-approvals IEC Ex de [ia] [ib] ia IIC T6 Gb Ex tDa 21 IP67
ATEX II 2(1)(2) GD EEx de [ia] ia [ib] IIC T6


  • Built-in advanced batch control
  • Comprehensive diagnostic and service menu enhancing trouble shooting and meter verification
  • SENSORPROM technology facilitates easy transmitter setup and replacement with automatically re-programming of any new transmitter without loss of data and accuracy
  • USM II platform enables fitting of add-on bus modules without loss of functionality and all modules can be fitted as true Plug & Play
  • Safe operation due to intrinsically safe keypad and display directly programmable in hazardous area
  • Full range of ATEX and FM rated flowmeters with intrinsically safe rated input and outputs