Honeywell presents efficient, economical SmartLine

  Honeywell Process Solutions has recently launched its new range of SmartLine industrial temperature transmitters, which is designed to improve overall efficiency even in harsh and noisy process environments.
“The SmartLine temperature transmitter is based on the same proven platform as our current SmartLine pressure transmitter. SmartLine helps reduce project costs and startup time, improve product quality, avoid unplanned downtime, and shorten time to repair,” said Don Maness, VP and GM, Field Products, Honeywell Process Solutions.
Honeywell claims that SmartLine temperature transmitters lower plant lifecycle costs by making it easier to maintain field devices. This is done with their unique efficiency enhancing features like an advanced graphic display capable of showing process data in graphical formats and communicating messages from the control room.  In addition, all SmartLine transmitters utilise modular components which simplify field repairs and reduce the parts inventory required to make those repairs. These parts can be easily upgraded and even exchanged between the two different product lines.
Moreover, they ensure plant reliability and safety also.  For example, the SmartLine temperature transmitter incorporates dual-compartment housing for maximum robustness.  In addition, it features intuitive diagnostics for both the transmitter and sensor. This diagnostic information is also uniquely available on the transmitter display providing a real-time view of the sensor health to support proactive maintenance.
Unlike most other transmitters, SmartLine transmitters cannot be damaged by reversed loop wiring polarity and will function correctly if reverse connected. To reduce lifecycle costs, the transmitter features a built-in dual-input and digital output option to minimise the number of instruments needed for both monitoring and switching needs.  SmartLine also reduces complexity along the entire lifecycle, from avoiding initial purchasing costs to reducing maintenance and inventory expenses by eliminating spare parts requirements and simplifying module replacements and upgrades.

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