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Rosemount 333 HART Tri Loop Signal Converter

Product Description
The Rosemount 333 HART Tri-Loop allows you to convert a multivariable digital HART signal into three independent 4 - 20 mA analog process variables.
Key Features
  • Convert a digital HART Signal into three additional analog signals
  • Easy to configure and install
  • Accessory product for multivariable instruments
  • Available as either High-alarm or Low-alarm device.
  • Converts a multivariable digital HART signal into three independent 4-20 mA analog process variables
  • When used with a Rosemount 3051SMV or 3095MV, the 333 HART Tri-Loop allows possible outputs of Differential, Absolute, or Gage Pressure, Process Temperature, and Mass Flow
  • When used with the Rosemount 3051S with Advanced Diagnostics, possible outputs include Pressure, Sensor Module Temperature, Scaled Variable, Standard Deviation, and Mean
  • When used with the Rosemount 3144P, possible outputs include Sensor 1, Sensor 2, Differential and Transmitter Terminal Temperature
  • Available as either High-alarm or Low-alarm device
  • Installation is quick and easy with three DIN rail mount options and electrically isolated analog output channels for flexible grounding
  • Easy to configure and maintain using AMS Device Manager or 375 Field Communicator

Output:

  • One, two, or three 4-20 mA user selectable output signals
  • 3051SMV: DP, AP, GP, PT, Flow, Mass, Volumetric, or Energy Flow
  • 3095MV: DP, AP, GP, PT, or Flow.
  • 3051S: Pressure, Sensor Module Temperature, Scaled Variable, Standard Deviation, or Mean
  • 3144P: Sensor 1, Sensor 2, Differential Temperature, or Transmitter Terminal Temperature

Power Supply:

  • External power supply required for each channel
  • Channel 1 must  be powered for Tri-Loop operation. Each channel operates on terminal voltage of 11-42.4 V dc 

Reference Accuracy:  ± 0.045% of span
Ambient Temperature Effect per 50°F (28°C): ± 0.15% of span  
Stability: ± 0.1% of span for 12 months

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