Magnetic flowmeters function under the principles of Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction. According to this law, a conductor that passes through a magnetic field produces voltage proportional to the relative velocities between the magnetic field and the conductor. The law can be applied to flowmeter systems because many fluids are conductive to a certain degree. In this short clip, Endress+Hauser illustrates how the Electromagnetic Flow Measuring Principle works. Watch this short clip to learn more.