Coriolis flowmeter has high accuracy, is certified for pharmaceutical, food, and beverage use

Siemens' Sitrans FC410 is a light and compact Coriolis flowmeter with a high measuring accuracy of 0.1% of rate. It is certified for use in the pharmaceutical as well as the food and beverage industries.

02/06/2014


Siemens' Sitrans FC410 is a light and compact Coriolis flow meter that featuring a high measuring accuracy of 0.1% of rate and is certified for use in the pharmaceutical as well as the food and beverage industries. Courtesy: SiemensThe Siemens Sitrans FC410 is a light and compact Coriolis flow meter that featuring a high measuring accuracy of 0.1% of rate. The meter is designed for integration into machine and plant construction or for frame-mounted equipment. The combination of compact design, high accuracy, with a high degree of environmental protection orients Sitrans FC410 toward use in any facility where space is very limited.

Sitrans FC410 is especially suitable for use in challenging applications where accuracy and reliability in measurements of density and mass are required. Sitrans FC410 is certified for use in the pharmaceutical as well as food and beverage industries.

Sitrans FC410 communicates with Simatic and all other common process control systems via the multidrop-addressable Modbus RTU485 and can be integrated easily into existing and new systems. Installation and commissioning of the flow meter require simple, one-time configuration in the control system. If a flowmeter is moved or further flowmeters are connected, the user settings are automatically transferred.

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