Temperature Solutions

Temperature transmitters are essential for reliable and accurate insight into pulp and paper processes. Accuracy is important as some measurements are wired directly from the sensor creating issues with signal reliability over longer distances. Several process areas in the mill have temperature points within close proximity, which would normally require a transmitter for each point which can add incremental cost.
Emerson delivers a proven and innovative transmitter family that provides a cost-effective, reliable way to access all temperature measurements. Reduce wiring and conduit costs by measuring multiple points with a single transmitter. Increase reliability on critical temperature measurments by utilizing a transmitter with “hot backup”. Use advanced diagnostics to predict measurement degradation. Input Calendar Van Dusen constants into your 3144 or 644 Rosemount transmitter to provide a higher accuracy to your measurement. Rosemount also provides a complete line of temperature sensors and thermowells.



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With the Rosemount 3144 Temperature Transmitter, you gain greater visibility into your temperature processes so you can improve safety, comply with regulations, make the most of your limited resources, and reach your production and quality targets.
The Rosemount 644 offers a flexible and reliable solution to any temperature measurement need. As a highly accurate transmitter that comes in either HART, FOUNDATION Fieldbus or PROFIBUS PA communication protocols, as well as head mount, field mount, or rail mount form factors, the Rosemount 644 is designed to meet your most demanding applications.
The 848T Wireless monitors up to four independently configurable RTD, thermocouple, ohm, millivolt and 4-20 mA inputs, allowing users access to more temperature measurements without any signal wire. Increased visibility to plant operations allows for proactive maintenance and monitoring of key assets such as motor bearings that drive pumps, fans and compressors, as well as heat exchangers, tanks , reactors and boilers.