Rosemount™ 3051S MultiVariable™ Transmitter

Rosemount

Rosemount™ 3051S MultiVariable™ Transmitter

Rosemount

The Rosemount 3051S MultiVariable Transmitter is a best-in-class solution customized to obtain measurement combinations of differential pressure, static pressure and process temperature. This multivariable transmitter is a cost-effective device that reduces pipe penetrations, impulse piping and connection systems. This device is also engineered with built-in flow calculations for fully compensated mass flow measurements.

Specifications

Warranty
Up to 15-year limited warranty
Rangedown
Up to 200:1
Communication Protocol
4-20 mA HART®, WirelessHART®, FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus
Measurement Range
Up to 2000 psi (137,89 bar) differential, Up to 3626 psi (250,00 bar) static
Process Wetted Material
316L SST, Alloy C-276, Tantalum, Gold-plated 316L SST
Diagnostics
Basic Diagnostics
Certifications/Approvals
NSF, NACE®, hazardous location, see full specs for complete list of certifications
Process Wetted Material
316L SST, Alloy C-276, Tantalum, Gold-plated 316L SST
Diagnostics
Basic Diagnostics
Certifications/Approvals
NSF, NACE®, hazardous location, see full specs for complete list of certifications

Features

  • Measures multiple variables and standardizes on a single model number for streamline process and cost-efficiency
  • Reduces costs by eliminating the need for stacked transmitters and additional wiring
  • Primary elements available as assemble-to options for simple installation and commissioning
  • Multivariable design reduces pipe penetrations, impulse piping and connection systems for cost-savings
  • Callendar-Van Dusen sensor matching improves temperature accuracy enabling best-in-class flow calculations
  • All-welded, SuperModule™ design offers industry-leading accuracy in harsh environments and applications
  • Engineering Assistant Software allows for configuration in two easy steps
  • Ultra for Flow provides optimized flow readings with a ±0.04% of reading accuracy
  • Designed with built-in flow calculations for direct reporting of fully-compensated mass, energy or volumentric flow

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