Endress+Hauser's Promass E 200 is a Coriolis flowmeter with true two-wire 4-20 mA HART technology

Endress+Hauser's Promass E 200 is a Coriolis flowmeter with true two-wire 4-20 mA HART technology. The Promass E 200 features a full 16 mA of measurement span without the need for excess adapters, power supplies or barriers.

The flowmeter can be used with DCS, PAS, PLC and other remotely operated controller systems. The 4-20 mA interface allows for replacement of legacy flow sensors without any change in field wiring.

The Promass E 200's two-wire technology enables it to be used in intrinsically safe applications for Class 1 Division 1 locations. Self-monitoring and error diagnostics are standard features that are designed in accordance with the specifications of NE107 (NAMUR).

Promass E 200 simultaneously measures mass flow, fluid density and temperature. The Promass E 200 measures mass flow and volume flow with 0.25% accuracy, and measures density with accuracy of 0.0005 g/cm3. It operates in process pressures of Classes 150 to 600, and process temperatures up to 284° F.

The Promass sensor is engineered to be immune to external disturbances and stable under changing process conditions.

Promass E 200 can be supplied in line sizes of 3/8 to 2 inches (DIN 8 to 50) with 904L stainless steel as a standard wetted material. Transmitter options include aluminium and stainless steels.

Operator, maintenance and expert menus can be called up with the touch of a button. “Make-it-run” wizards are designed to guide the user through flowmeter configuration, and “Tool tips” allow setting of additional parameter information. In the event of an error, remedy information is displayed.

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