On-line analysers get new remote monitor/diagnostics

The world’s first in-situ flue gas oxygen probe with integral electronics and HART comms is the latest from Fisher-Rosemount. Dubbed Oxymitter 4000, it fits into the company’s PlantWeb, allowing plant-wide data access. It also provides automatic remote diagnostics for maintenance – via F-R’s asset management (AMS). Essentially, a NEMA 4X Rosemount transmitter is mounted onto […]

The world’s first in-situ flue gas oxygen probe with integral electronics and HART comms is the latest from Fisher-Rosemount.

Dubbed Oxymitter 4000, it fits into the company’s PlantWeb, allowing plant-wide data access. It also provides automatic remote diagnostics for maintenance – via F-R’s asset management (AMS). Essentially, a NEMA 4X Rosemount transmitter is mounted onto the probe – replacing conventional field electronics.

* F-R’s 3081C, HART-based conductivity analyser also connects to AMS. It offers configuration, historical trending, performance analysis, maintenance scheduling and diagnostics – all remotely.

Fisher-Rosemount, Tel: 01243 863121; Fax: 867554.

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