Emerson's Micro Motion F-Series Coriolis meters offer additional digital protocols and Smart Meter Verification

Emerson Process Management’s Micro Motion F-Series compact Coriolis meters are now available with additional digital protocols and Smart Meter Verification. These capabilities are enabled by connectivity to the core processor and 2400S transmitter, both powered by Micro Motion MVD (multivariable digital) processing technology. The 2400S transmitter option also enables DeviceNet and Profibus-DP protocols.

Micro Motion MVD technology is designed to provide a faster meter response time, and uses algorithms to deliver meter stability and performance in challenging operating conditions. Smart Meter Verification delivers flow meter measurement confidence on demand and tests the complete meter without process impact, without the use of secondary references and without requiring complicated wiring. The meter verification test, carried out while the meter is in line and the process is flowing, checks the sensor tubes and electronics against original factory settings.

The F-Series meter with the Model 2400S transmitter adds DeviceNet and Profibus-DP communication protocols options, expanding on the currently available interfaces such as Foundation fieldbus, Profibus-PA, HART, 4-20 mA, Pulse and WirelessHART.

The Micro Motion F-Series Coriolis product family is suitable for applications ranging from 1/4-inch (DN6) to 4-inch (DN100) line sizes, with mass flow ranges from 100 lbs/min to 10,000 lbs/min ( 2.7tons/h to 272 tons/h). This product is available in 316L stainless steel and nickel-alloy, for pressures to 5000 psi (345 bar) and temperatures to 662° F (350° C). Transmitter options include integral, remote, two-wire or four-wire.

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