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Digital technology smartens Micro Motion sensor

Boulder, Colo.— Micro Motion Inc. unveiled its new MVD (multivariable digital) Technology at its Perspectives 2001 media event on Feb. 28-March 2. MVD Technology reportedly makes Micro Motion's flowmeters work smarter by using front-end digital processing to reduce signal noise and allow faster response time than with analog devices.

By Staff January 1, 1970

Boulder, Colo.— Micro Motion Inc. unveiled its new MVD (multivariable digital) Technology at its Perspectives 2001 media event on Feb. 28-March 2. MVD Technology reportedly makes Micro Motion’s flowmeters work smarter by using front-end digital processing to reduce signal noise and allow faster response time than with analog devices. MVD allows users to measure multiple variables; choose integral or remote mounting with standard, four-wire signal cable; and identify and resolve problems with built-in diagnostics. Because they feature a scalable architecture, the transmitters’ capabilities can be based on application needs and upgraded functionally as needed. MVD Technology is available in single-variable Series 1000 and multivariable Series 2000 transmitters. Both are approved for hazardous area applications and are compatible with milliamp, frequency/pulse output, HART, and other digital communication modes.