Ultrasonic Meters Boost Uptime

Jan. 23, 2008
The Daniel Series 3400 and 3800 families of ultrasonic meters use HART communications to deliver real-time diagnostics to the company’s PlantWeb digital plant architecture, including host systems and flow computers.
This functionality allows users to improve uptime by using monitoring and alarming capabilities to address maintenance alarms before they lead to failure, and save staff time by using meter diagnostics to quickly troubleshoot meter problems. All diagnostic information delivered from the meter can be viewed with the company’s predictive maintenance software. This software uses enhanced EDDL functionality to give a consistent, graphical presentation of information across intelligent field devices. Plant personnel can detect and respond to abnormal situations with an intuitive view of the process. Users can configure the ultrasonic meter online in the comfort of the maintenance shop using AMS Device Manager or in the field using a 375 Field Communicator.Emerson Process Management www.Emerson.com 314.553.2000

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