Electromagnetic Flowmeter Design for Industrial Process Control

The webinar will discuss some of the electronic design challenges with Industrial electromagnetic flowmeters. It will compare conventional analog demodulation with a newer digital oversampling architecture that significantly simplifies the circuit design and bill of materials bringing advantages in board area, power consumption and cost. Results from evaluations will also be presented and compared favorably to commercially available flowmeters.

Presenter
Ke Li
System Applications Engineer

Ke Li is a system application engineer in the Automation, Energy and Sensor business unit in Analog Devices based in Limerick Ireland. Ke joined Analog Devices in 2007 as an product applications engineer with the Precision Converters group, located in Shanghai, China, before this he spent four years as an R&D engineer with the Chemical Analysis group in Agilent Technologies. He received a master’s degree in biomedical engineering in 2003 and a bachelor’s degree in electric engineering in 1999, both from Xi’an Jiaotong University.

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