Tuesday 29 June 2010

Coriolis upgrade

Emerson Process Management has upgraded the Micro Motion® 9739 transmitter to include multivariable-digital (MVD™) technology for faster performance and improved measurement accuracy. Existing users are supported with an easy-to-install retrofit kit that provides a convenient and cost-effective upgrade path.

MVD technology is high-speed signal processing, embedded in electronics, to deliver measurement accuracy in the toughest conditions. The front-end digital processing MVD technology offers dramatically reduced signal noise while delivering a faster response time to improve the overall measurement quality.

The RFT9739 transmitter is a popular and well established product with over 100,000 installed worldwide with various Micro Motion Coriolis sensors. The retrofit kit brings the many benefits of MVD technology to their existing 9-wire Coriolis flow and density meters. Easily installed in minutes, the kit utilises the existing housing and avoids the need for any piping or wiring changes.

The new 9739 MVD retrofit kit has the same outputs as the previous RFT9739 transmitters and uses the same base housing, so providing a fast, cost-effective and convenient way to upgrade to MVD technology. Using an existing Micro Motion Coriolis sensor, an upgrade to the 9739 transmitter with MVD will deliver a 2x improvement in turndown for users. The upgrade is also available for field-mounted versions of the transmitter, housed in a NEMA 4X (IP65) enclosure.

The Micro Motion Model 9739 transmitter with MVD technology has ATEX, CSA-US, and UL approvals and is ideally suited for applications ranging from monitoring to process

1 comment:

  1. Hi Eoin, I shared a link to your post with readers of the Emerson Process Experts blog- http://www.emersonprocessxperts.com/archives/2010/06/modernizing_a_p.html

    If any of your readers are interested in more about this Micro Motion transmitter, I have an embedded YouTube video (at link above) with Tonya Wyatt describing the transmitter in more detail.

    Take it easy, Jim