Wireless Monitor Changes Economics

Dec. 1, 2009
As the latest expansion of the vendor’s Smart Wireless family, the Fisher 4320 wireless position monitor is a linkage-less device that uses WirelessHart communications to provide accurate position feedback. 
The 4320 monitors equipment such as valves, regulators, louvers, displacement and float level sensors, and relief valves in standard and hazardous area locations. With its patented non-contacting rotary and linear monitoring, the 4320 is adaptable to almost anything for which a percent of span is desired. The Fisher 4320 wireless position monitor changes plant economics because it represents only 10% to 20% of the installed cost of a wired solution, says the vendor.Emerson Process Managementwww.emersonprocess.com800.854.8257

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