Fisher™ FIELDVUE™ DLC3010 Digital Level Controller

Fisher

Fisher™ FIELDVUE™ DLC3010 Digital Level Controller

Fisher

The Fisher FIELDVUE DLC3010 digital level controller helps you gain easy access to information critical to your process operation. Gather information about the process, instrument, or sensor using the 475 or 375 Field Communicator. The DLC3010 digital level controller can be used in analog or HART® digital signaling mode with the DeltaV™ system.

Specifications

Area Classification
Intrinsically Safe, Explosion Proof, Dust Ignition Proof, Flame Proof, Non-Incendive, Type N
Certifications
CSA, FM, ATEX, KGS, PESO, CIMFR, NEPSI, TIIS, Ukraine Metrology, Belarus Metrology, Kazakhstan Metrology, IECEx, InMetro, CUTR
Communication Protocol
HART®, 4-20mA Analog
Data Interface
Wired
Diagnostics
Yes
Mounting Type
249 Series Torque Tube Arm Mounted
Operating Temperature
Standard Temperature
Position Control
Monitoring
Power Source
Loop Power
Process Control
Level
Other Configurations
Contact your local Emerson business partner or sales office to learn about additional specifications or options for this product.

Features

  • For quick analog transmitter replacement, the instrument may be configured with default sensor data, zero level offset, differential process SG, and zero/span procedure only.
  • Accurate, high-gain analog-to-digital conversion enables measurement of small changes in the process variable. This allows for use in difficult liquid level, interface, or density applications.
  • An internal temperature sensor enables consistent performance of the digital level controller, despite ambient temperature changes.
  • Mechanical safeguards designed into the digital level controller help to withstand physical abuse often incurred during installation or in transport, without compromising performance.
  • Field wiring connections are in a compartment separated from the electronics. This protects the electronics from any moisture brought into the housing by the field wiring.
  • Includes self-diagnostics that detect an error that may render the process variable measurement inaccurate.

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