Rosemount™ 3251 Subsea Qualified Differential Pressure Transmitter

Rosemount

Rosemount™ 3251 Subsea Qualified Differential Pressure Transmitter

Rosemount

Featuring proven differential pressure sensor technology, the Rosemount 3251 Subsea Qualified Differential Pressure Transmitter is specially engineered to operate in harsh subsea environments. This compact transmitter has a maximum working pressure of up to 15000 psi (1034 bar) and is qualified for subsea production and control applications. The patented Saturn™ Capacitive Sensing technology enables the industry's best accuracy and long-term stability.

Specifications

Measurement Type
Differential
Accuracy
Range 7: ±0.055% of calibrated span for 1:1 to 10:1 rangedown
Range 8: ±0.055% of calibrated span for 1:1 to 5:1 rangedown
Stability
+0.35% of URL for 10 years under normal operating conditions
Warranty
Up to 5-year limited warranty
Communication Protocol
Modbus® RS-485, 4-20 mA HART®
Measurement Range
Up to 150 psi (10,34 bar) Differential with maximum static pressure up to 15,000psi (1034 bar)
Process Wetted Material
Alloy C-276
Diagnostics
Basic Diagnostics
Certifications/Approvals
Subsea Qualifications to API 17F (ISO 13628-6), API 17D (ISO 13628-4), see full specs for complete list of certifications
Certifications/Approvals
Subsea Qualifications to API 17F (ISO 13628-6), API 17D (ISO 13628-4), see full specs for complete list of certifications

Features

  • Qualified and tested for subsea production and control applications per API 17F and API 17D
  • Operates at pressures of up to 15000 psi (1034 bar) and 11400 ft. (3500 m) water depth for harsh process conditions
  • Ultra-compact, lightweight design for easier mounting in subsea applications
  • Remote diaphragm seals eliminate hydrate formation and enable operation at extreme process temperatures (up to 200 °C)
  • Patented Saturn Capacitive Sensing technology enables long-term stability and accuracy
  • Low transmitter power consumption reduces energy costs

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