Digital Coriolis Mass Flow and Density Transmitter

June 30, 2011
Foxboro CFT51 digital Coriolis mass flow and density transmitter is an enhancement to the company’s CFT50 model.
When combined with a Foxboro Model CFS10 or CFS20 mass flowtube, the CFT51 forms an I/A Series Mass Flow and Density Meter. The CFT51 uses HART or Modbus protocol for remote communications, as well as digital signal processing techniques and adds new features over previous transmitter versions. Its two-phase capability prevents users from having to take extraordinary steps to remove gas from liquid streams; provides the capability to start and finish empty batching; and facilitates tanker and railcar unloading applications. The transmitter introduces required online validation capability and pressure compensation for high-pressure, high-accuracy applications, and is the enabler for some unique upstream oil and gas solutions and bunkering applications, according to the company.Invensys Operations Management 469.365.6400

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