Rosemount 3051S MultiVariable Transmitter
Emerson Process Management Rosemount 3051S MultiVariable Transmitter from Emerson Process Management is a fully compensated mass and energy flow transmitter. It can be configured for flow applications by entering just three application parameters. The Rosemount 3051S measures up to three variables (DP, P, and T) and provides a flow or energy output, reducing the number of devices traditionally ...
Rosemount 3051S MultiVariable Transmitter from Emerson Process Management is a fully compensated mass and energy flow transmitter. It can be configured for flow applications by entering just three application parameters. The Rosemount 3051S measures up to three variables (DP, P, and T) and provides a flow or energy output, reducing the number of devices traditionally required to make such measurements from ten to one. Another innovative feature of the Rosemount 3051S is the ability to scale the amount of compensation being performed in order to optimize the flow measurement for different applications. This allows for the proper amount of compensation for each application, without the added cost of full compensation when it’s not needed. The transmitters also are available as fully assembled flowmeters. The 3051SFC Conditioning Orifice flowmeter achieves superior performance in short straight-run installations, the 3051SFA Annubar flowmeter increases energy savings through minimal permanent pressure loss, and the 3051SFP Integral Orifice flowmeter improves accuracy in small line sizes. All Rosemount flowmeters arrive configured, leak-tested and ready-to-install, reducing leak points and preventing fugitive emissions by up to 70%.
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