Rosemount™ 3144P Temperature Transmitter
The Rosemount 3144P Temperature Transmitter provides industry-leading accuracy, stability and reliability for your temperature measurements. It features a dual-compartment housing to ensure reliability and advanced diagnostics to keep your measurement point up and running. When combined with Rosemount X-well™ Technology and the Rosemount 0085 Pipe Clamp sensor, this transmitter can provide accurate measurement of process temperature, eliminating the need for a thermowell or process penetration.
Input: Dual and single sensor capability with universal sensor inputs (RTD, T/C, mV, ohms)
Output Signal: 4-20 mA /HART® protocol, FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus protocol
Housing: Dual-compartment field mount
Display/Interface: Large LCD display with percent range graph and buttons/switches
Diagnostics: Basic diagnostics, Hot Backup™ capability, sensor drift alert, thermocouple degradation, min/max tracking
Calibration Options: Transmitter-sensor matching (Callendar-Van Dusen constants), custom trim
Certifications/Approvals: SIL 2/3 certified to IEC 61508 by an independent 3rd party, hazardous location, marine type, see full specs for complete list of certifications
● Industry-leading accuracy and reliability for best performance in critical control and safety applications
● Transmitter-sensor matching improves measurement accuracy up to 75%
● 5-year long-term stability extends calibration intervals to reduce trips to the field
● Rosemount X-well Technology measures temperature without a process penetration for reduced design, installation and maintenance costs
● Dual compartment housing provides superior protection in harsh environments
● Hot Backup™ capability and sensor drift alert utilizing dual sensors ensure measurement integrity
● Thermocouple degradation diagnostic monitors thermocouple health to detect degradation before failure
● Minimum and maximum temperature tracking allows monitoring of temperature extremes for easy troubleshooting
● Transmitter supports multiple protocols for integration in many host environments across many industries
● Device dashboards provide easy interface for simplified device configuration and diagnostic troubleshooting
Rosemount™ 3144P Temperature Transmitter with Rosemount X-well™ Technology
For every responsibility you have, you are confronted with a number of challenges. You have aggressive production and quality targets, but inaccurate or unavailable temperature measurements create unscheduled downtime and off-spec products. Loops may be running in manual because you don’t trust your temperature measurement, requiring the attention of your maintenance staff and costing money in lost production. Additionally, improving safety and complying with government and company regulations is made more difficult when you don’t have the information or tools needed to prove your compliance.
That is why companies are coming to Emerson™ – because they know they need reliable measurements and visibility into their temperature measurements in order to address these challenges and achieve their business objectives. With the Rosemount 3144P Transmitter, you gain greater visibility into your temperature processes so you can improve safety, comply with regulations, make the most of your limited resources, and reach your production and quality targets. By leveraging Rosemount X-well Technology, advanced diagnostic capabilities and the unparalleled reliability and accuracy of the transmitter, you can minimize off-spec product, reduce maintenance and downtime, improve the usage of your limited resources, and meet regulatory demands.
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