Rosemount™ 3051 Differential Pressure Flow Transmitter
About Rosemount 3051 Differential Pressure Transmitter
The Emerson Rosemount™ 3051 Differential Pressure Flow Transmitter is an industry-leading flow measurement solution that features optimal accuracy.
It can be pre-assembled to various primary elements, leak-tested and calibrated for cost-effective commissioning and quick installation which reduces leak points as well as increases process control & accuracy.
This flow transmitter is also engineered with power advisory diagnostics which detect electrical loop integrity issues to reduce downtime.
Features of Rosemount 3051 Differential Pressure Transmitter
Over the years, Rosemount 3051 differential pressure transmitters have become popular across industries for the following beneficial features:
Process Alerts: Advanced diagnostics create process alerts that allow process owners to make necessary adjustments at the right time. Power Advisory Diagnostics will help monitor and detect issues related to power, grounding, wiring, and more. Likewise, temperature alarms can be set to know if the process temperature is peaking or dropping. This provides enough insight into maintenance and safety measures to take.
Local Operator Interface (LOI): This is designed according to the principles of human-centred design. The interface has built-in configuration buttons for quick commissioning.
Wireless Technology: This technology facilitates the easy addition of new pressure measurement points in many areas within the factory that were previously inaccessible. The information provided by the transmitter helps optimize process efficiency and reduce human intervention in hazardous areas.
Hygienic Products: The Rosemount 3051 differential pressure transmitter meets the requirements of hygienic applications. They are built to industry standards and regulations. These transmitters are available in stainless steel and aluminum housings. The transmitters are rated up to IP689K, and they can easily withstand disinfection-in-place and cleaning-in-place processes. They can easily be returned to the calibrated set point.
How does the rosemount transmitter 3051 work?
1. What pressure does the Rosemount 3051 Differential Pressure Transmitter measure:
First determine the maximum value of the measured pressure in the system. Generally speaking, it is necessary to select a transmitter with a pressure range that is about 1.5 times larger than the maximum value.
2. How much accuracy does the Rosemount 3051 Differential Pressure Transmitter need:
The accuracy is determined by: nonlinearity, hysteresis, non-repeatability, temperature, zero offset scale, and the influence of temperature. The higher the accuracy, the higher the price. Every electronic measuring meter will have an accuracy error, but the accuracy level marked by each country is not the same.
3. The temperature range of the Rosemount 3051 transmitter:
Usually a transmitter is calibrated for two temperature ranges, the normal operating temperature range and the temperature compensable range. The normal operating temperature range refers to the temperature range when the transmitter is not damaged under the working state. When the temperature compensation range is exceeded, the performance index of its application may not be achieved. Whether the change in transmitter output is caused by pressure change or temperature change.
Common fault codes and solutions of Rosemount 3051 Differential Pressure Transmitter
Press Limit: The process variable read by the transmitter is not within the transmitter range. If such a code appears, the range setting must be incorrect, and the set range exceeds the large range range of the capsule of the transmitter itself.
Temp Limit: The temperature of the second variable read by the transmitter is not within the transmitter range. Such a code indicates that the temperature of the transmitter exceeds the temperature of the product itself. Generally, the temperature of the transmitter cannot exceed 85 degrees.
Curr Saturd: The pressure read by the module is out of range and the analog output is forced to the saturation level. Caused by wrong range setting.
Fail Config: A memory failure affecting transmitter operation has been detected at a location and can be repaired by the user. Check to see if there is any error after restarting.
Error: An error message is displayed on the LCD head display to report a serious problem affecting the operation of the transmitter. The alarm level to which the meter header displays an error message and the analog output is forced to change until the error condition is corrected. No other transmitter information is displayed in an alarm state.
Fail Module: The sensor module is disconnected or failed. Verify that the sensor module ribbon cable is connected to the rear of the electronics board. If the ribbon cable is connected correctly, there is a fault inside the sensor module. Possible sources of failure include: The sensor module is not receiving pressure or temperature updates. Non-volatile memory failures in the module that affect transmitter operation are detected by the memory verification routine.
Fail Config: A memory failure affecting transmitter operation has been detected at a location and can be repaired by the user.
Warnings: Warnings that appear on the LCD inform you of user-repairable problems with the transmitter or the current operation of the transmitter. Warnings alternate with other transmitter messages until the warning condition is corrected or the transmitter ends the operation that produced the warning message.
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