Expert’s answer: Yokogawa AXR flow units!

Allow me to demonstrate my ability to read your mind. You’ve asked the wrong question – it’s not about Yokogawa AXR flow units. So I’ll pluck the right one from the ethers: Does the Yokogawa AXR provide data in the units we need for our application? Thank you, thank you, I’m here all week.

Now that we know what you really wanted to ask, let’s answer. You can do one of two things. One, you can check the list of flow units in the flow meter itself. I’ll bet you a fiver you’ll find the unit you want. Or two, you can pop open the ginormous user manual and go to page 53! Same fiver applies.

The AXR offers a wide range of units for volumetric flow measurement. Heck, you can probably even find special units, if you look hard enough. Take a peek and see!

Magmeters, magmeters, git yer magmeters here:

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