Ultrasonic flow meter Proline Prosonic Flow 92F
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Characteristics

Technology
ultrasonic
Fluid
for liquids, for chemicals
Installation
in-line, flange
Material
stainless steel
Communication
PROFIBUS
Protection level
rugged, chemical-resistant
Applications
industrial, for the petrochemical industry
Other characteristics
high-accuracy, with display, custom, combined, loop-powered
Process pressure

40 bar (580.15 psi)

Process temperature

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 200 °C (392 °F)

Volumetric flow rate

Min.: 0 m³/h (0 ft³/h)

Max.: 2,400 m³/h (84,755.2 ft³/h)

Precision

0.3 %, 0.5 %

Description

Prosonic Flow F is the inline sensor with rugged industrial design for Ultrasonic fluid measurement. Combined with the loop-powered Prosonic Flow 92 transmitter, the device offers easy system integration and accuracy at an attractive price. Prosonic Flow 92F is ideally suited for the chemical and petrochemical industries. The measuring principle is independent of pressure, density, temperature, conductivity and viscosity Inline device for homogeneous conductive and non-conductive liquids in the chemical and petrochemical industry Device properties: Full compliance according to NACE MR0175 and MR0103 Device as compact or remote version 2-line backlit display with push buttons HART, PROFIBUS PA, FOUNDATION Fieldbus Benefits Safe design for process industries – international hazardous area approvals No additional pressure loss – full-bore design Process transparency – diagnostic capability Easy installation and reduced installation costs – loop-powered transmitter Fully industry compliant – IEC/ATEX/FM/CSA/JPN/NEPSI Automatic recovery of data for servicing

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