Rosemount 2051 Pressure Transmitter

Rosemount 2051 Pressure Transmitter

Measurement TypesDifferential, Gauge, Absolute, Level and Flow
Output4-20mA HART®, FOUNDATION™ fieldbus, PROFIBUS PA, 1-5Vdc HART® Low Power Wireless™, WirelessHART™
SIL 2/3 certified to IEC 61508
Reference Accuracy± 0.065% of span 
± 0.05% of span (with high accuracy option P8)
Long Term Stability0.1% of URL for 2 years 
± 0.125% of URL for 5 years (with high accuracy option P8)
Complete Specifications (PDF @ 185Kb)

The 2051 capabilities are designed to meet a wide range of applications. Combining 0.075% reference accuracy, 100:1 rangedown, and extended two-year stability provides confidence in your pressure measurements.

Integrate With Any Host The 2051 is available in 4-20mA HART, 1-5 Vdc HART Low Power, or FOUNDATIONfieldbus output protocols. Easily integrate the 2051 into existing or  new installations.Reduce Engineering and Installed Cost with Flexible Coplanar Design The versatile Coplanar platform design enables the best process connection for pressure, flow, and level applications. The final 2051 assembly arrives factory calibrated, pressure-tested, and ready to install. The flexible design reduces engineering and inventory costs.

The main advantages
1, the pressure transmitter has the characteristics of reliable operation, stable performance;
2, V/I integrated circuit, the peripheral devices, high reliability, simple, easy maintenance, small volume, light weight, convenient in installation and debugging;
3, aluminum alloy die casting shell, three-terminal isolation, electrostatic pensu protection layer, strong and durable;
4, 4-20 ma DC two-wire system signal transmission, strong anti-jamming capability, long transmission distance;
5, and three kinds of LED, LCD, the pointer indicating meter, the reading is very convenient. Can be used to measure the thick, crystallization and corrosive medium;
6, high accuracy, high stability. In addition to the import original sensor has been used laser correction, on the whole machine is in use within the scope of the comprehensive temperature drift, fine nonlinear compensation.

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