Rosemount R-Series Mass And Volume Flowmeter
R-Series Mass and Volume Flowmeter
The R-Series flowmeters are competitive in both price and accuracy specifications with
positive displacement, differential pressure, magnetic, and vortex flowmeters, yet they
have many advantages that the other technologies do not. Like all our flowmeters,
Micro Motion R-Series meters offer highly accurate flow measurement for virtually
any process fluid—be it clean or not. The same meter can provide direct mass and
volume flow for liquids, gasses, and slurries without having to be recalibrated. The
R-Series’ immunity to flow profile means that you can mount it anywhere in your
process without having to worry about expensive straight runs or flow straightening
devices. This translates to real savings in installation and engineering costs.
Process fluid Sensors with j-box –400 to 300°F (–40 to 150°C)
All other models –40 to 257°F (–40 to 125°C)
Storage((1)For the Model 1700 and Model 2700 display responsiveness decreases and display may become difficult to read below
–4°F (–20°C). Above 131°F (55°C), some darkening of display may occur.
–40 to 185°F (–40 to 85°C) with IFT9703
–4 to 158°F (–20 to 70°C) with optional display for IFT9703
–40 to 158°F (–40 to 70°C) with Model 1700 or Model 2700
Operation(1) –22 to 131°F (–30 to 55°C) with IFT9703
32 to 131°F (0 to 55°C) with optional display for IFT9703
–40 to 140°F (–40 to 60°C) with Model 1700 or Model 2700
Process fluid vs.ambient temperature
At their upper limits, process fluid temperature and ambient temperature
restrict each other.
For CENELEC-compliant sensors, the minimum process fluid and ambient
temperature is –40°C. The CENELEC "T" rating and hazardous area
classification depend on the maximum process fluid and ambient temperature.
See page 7.
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