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Relocating inaccessible liquid service flow transmitters
Engineering and workplace issues. topic
Posted by afilak on 9 February, 2012 - 1:44 pm
There are transmitters installed directly on a liquid service line that is at an inaccessible location. I need to install field indicators, i.e rosemount 751, from these inaccessible flow transmitters to a the decking or ground level on stanchions.

I am considering Identifying the JB and inserting a loop for the field indicator on the ground level via a TB in the JB in series to the transmitter that is at an inaccessible location.

Is there any other feasible solution to this problem?


Posted by David on 11 February, 2012 - 2:33 pm
Sounds good to me, unless the transmitter uses Foundation Fieldbus or Profibus, neither of which use 4-20mA.


Posted by Jonas Berge on 19 March, 2012 - 10:57 am
In case it is using FOUNDATION fieldbus, you can use the model remote 752 indicator in parallel

Cheers,
Jonas


Posted by Ahmed on 21 March, 2012 - 7:19 am
dear afilak,

sound is good. go a head.

thanks

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