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H250 M40 ESK4-PA Profibus PA

Classification:
Product name:
H250 M40 ESK4-PA Profibus PA

Shortdescription:
Variable area flowmeter for liquids and gases

Product types:
Flow

Technology & Profiles:
PROFIBUS, PA Devices

Certification number:

Company:
KROHNE Messtechnik GmbH

Ludwig-Krohne-Str. 5
47058 Duisburg
Germany

Christoph Spiegel
Tel +49 203 301 0
http://www.krohne.com
com-support(at)krohne(dot)com

Illustration:
Product description:
  • Modular design: from mechanical indicator to 4…20 mA/HART®7, FF, Profibus-PA and totalizer
  • Any installation position: vertical, horizontal or in fall pipes
  • Flange: DN15…150 / ½…6"; also NPT, G, hygienic connections, etc.
  • -196…+400°C / -320…+752°F; max. 1000 barg / 14500 psig

The H250 M40 is the standard variable area (VA) flowmeter for the process and OEM industry. The VA meter combines mechanical flow measurement of liquids or gases with state-of-the-art communication capabilities. The device is modularly extendable. Additional electronic modules can be added or replaced at any time without process interruption. In this way, its functionality adapts to new requirements – from analogue flow measurement without auxiliary power to digital integration into a fieldbus system.

The H250 M40 is available in various materials and in many different versions. The sturdy all-metal flowmeter can be also used in applications with high pressures (up to 1000 barg / 14500 psig), temperatures (-196…+400°C / -320…+752°F) or aggressive media. It even allows installation in horizontal or fall pipes up to DN150 / 6". A special version for use in hygienic applications is also available. The H250 M40 is intrinsically safe and explosion-proof. Certain variants of the flowmeter with limit switch or analogue output are suitable for use in Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS). Electronic device diagnostics and additional application diagnostics are available to increase application reliability, e.g. the detection of a float blockage due to impurities or pressure surges and the reporting of pulsating flow or gas compression oscillations of the float.

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