SmartLine transmitter. So smart that they make life easier.
As a farm manager, you need to optimize your operations. You are under pressure to improve reliability, performance and monitoring while reducing costs and headcount. That means doing more with fewer resources, operators and technicians.
One way to do this is by using smarter field devices. In particular, the transmitters you use to measure pressure, temperature, flow and level are critical to safe and efficient production. Large industrial complexes require thousands of these transmitters, so the small benefits and efficiencies really add up.
Watch this video to find out how Honeywell SmartLine transmitters can make your life easier by offering intelligent performance, intelligent design and intelligent user experience.
SmartLine's industry-leading stability saves $60,000/year in a typical large facility and cuts security risk in half. Multi-point calibration saves up to 2 hours per recalibration.
The modular design saves labor, reduces downtime and prevents line breaks for up to 3 hours per transmitter. Universal terminal wiring reduces loop test time by 50% and eliminates wiring errors by 100%. Modularity reduces inventory by 70%.
SMART USER EXPERIENCE
Datasheet creation, model selection, review and approval reduced from 3 hours to 20 minutes per transmitter. Setup, loopback testing and commissioning time has been reduced from 2 hours to 15 minutes per transmitter. SmartLine Experion integration reduces downtime by up to 40% for each transmitter.
SmartLine product range
SmartLine remote seal, flanged, absolute, gauge, and differential transmitters have industry-leading performance, fast response time, and long-term linear stability. Refineries, chemical and pharmaceutical plants around the world rely on these transmitters for accurate and consistent pressure measurement.
SmartLine Wireless Series transmitters are compatible with the ISA100 Wireless™ protocol and interact with other devices on the OneWireless™ network. They are designed for demanding installations and are compatible with the highest-performing wireless industry standard. The devices offer increased accuracy and reliability for safe and economical operation.
SmartLine Temperature features reliable head mount, single and dual field mount transmitters. DIN rail mount transmitters offer flexibility with their compact design and dual input/output. Its superior performance reduces the frequency of calibration and reduces the need for regular maintenance.
SmartLine Multivariable is a highly accurate dynamically compensated mass flow measurement instrument for a wide variety of fluids including steam, gases, liquids and vapors. SmartLine transmitters provide total value over the entire asset life cycle.
SmartLine Level provides accurate level information in even the most difficult tank and process conditions using contact and non-contact radar technologies covering liquid and solid applications. The solution is suitable for all demanding applications.
SmartLine accessories complement our pressure and temperature transmitters with high quality manifolds and temperature probes in a single integrated solution. Factory-tested, calibrated and officially certified assemblies are ready for immediate use.
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Increase confidence with SmartLine
To increase your confidence and efficiency, choose an extended warranty option for your SmartLine transmitters and protect your investment even after the factory warranty has expired.
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Total value over the entire life cycle.
SmartLine transmitters provide total value throughout the asset lifecycle, from design through operation to maintenance. With better performance, modular design, additional diagnostics and the best integration features, Honeywell SmartLine® transmitters help you reduce project costs and commissioning times, avoid unplanned downtime, improve product service quality, reduce spare parts inventories and repair time.
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What are SmartLine transmitters?
Industrial transmitters are electronic devices designed to provide accurate measurements to monitor and control process applications.
Digital transmitters, also known as smart instruments, send enhanced digital signals to an automated remote control system.
Honeywell SmartLine transmitters meet standards with a modular design to deliver accurate and reliable pressure, temperature, flow and level measurements at the lowest total cost of ownership.
The SmartLine transmitter and Experion PKS data are also compatible withHoneywell forges for industry, the leading enterprise performance management solution that enables industrial companies to optimize their operations and maintain peak performance across all processes, assets and people with intelligent, actionable recommendations.
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Industry Certifications and Accreditations
SmartLine has all the necessary certifications to be fully compatible both worldwide and in different countries. SmartLine is FM, ATEX, CSA, and IECEx certified, which are recognized standards in certain regions such as the United States, Canada, European Union, and Asia Pacific.
What customers say
Steve Barber, Operations/Maintenance Coordinator, Gaylord Chemical Company
Gaylord Chemical operates a manufacturing facility and research and technology center in Louisiana, USA, and sells worldwide. The Company manufactures dimethyl sulfide, dimethyl sulfoxide and dimethyl sulfone, which are used in a range of end products including pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, petrochemicals, inks and solvents, and semiconductor manufacturing.
Peter Evans, Head of I&E Reliability Maintenance, Invista
Headquartered in Wichita, Kansas, USA, Invista is a leading integrated fiber, resins and intermediates company. It has around 10,000 employees in more than 20 countries around the world. The polymers and chemical intermediates manufactured by Invista are the basis for many plastics that consumers use every day, and their fibers are found in many of the clothes everyone wears.
Ye Chan, Formosa Plastics Corporation
Formosa Plastics Corporation, USA, is a supplier of plastic resins and petrochemicals headquartered in Livingston, New Jersey. With annual sales of more than $5 billion, Formosa employs nearly 2,900 people operating more than 20 manufacturing units in five business groups: olefins, polyolefins, vinyl, specialty polyvinyl chloride and chlor-alkali.
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SMARTLINE APPLICATION AND VALIDATION TOOL (AVT):
Bring knowledge to your experts
AVT will help you find the right Honeywell SmartLine transmitter for your application.
It's a cloud-based, royalty-free, and password-free tool that helps you choose the right technology and configure the right transmitters so the factory can deliver a ready-made product for a hassle-free out-of-the-box experience.
BENEFITS OF USING AVT:
- The free access
- intuitive design
- Download 3D/2D drawings in different formats
- Share in real time
- save time and money
- Bring knowledge to young engineers
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Honeywell Experience users
Advantage of the SmartLine connection
This holistic approach enables controls and instrumentation departments to work together on operational improvements that transform the traditional complexity of automation projects into an easy-to-use process and add value throughout the plant lifecycle.
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How to use the application and validation tool in 5 easy steps:
Go to the SmartLine Application and Validation Tool (AVT) and configure your solution.
About Honeywell Process Solutions
Honeywell Process Solutions (HPS) helps industrial customers around the world operate safe, reliable, efficient, sustainable and more profitable plants.
We provide leading-edge technologies from the factory floor to the boardroom and end-to-end lifecycle services that contribute to more productive and resilient operations.
HPS, a business unit of Honeywell International, has been a pioneer in process automation control for over 40 years, continually evolving from legacy process control systems into today's leading innovations such as Experion PKS to protect our customers' automation investments.
With more than 12,000 employees worldwide, HPS has the global experience and breadth of resources to deliver large and complex projects in oil and gas, refining, pulp and paper, industrial power generation, chemical and petrochemical, biofuels and life sciences. and the metals, minerals, and mining industries.
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The rangeability of the conventional transmitter is 5:1 where the smart transmitter offers over 100:1 rangeability, this makes smart transmitters highly accurate without any calibration.How do I reset my Honeywell transmitter? ›
Access the programming menus. Once in the menus select the CALIBRATE menu and press (✓) key. Scroll and select SOFT RESET option. Press the (✓) key to confirm the reset.What is the difference between smart transmitter and conventional transmitter? ›
The smart transmitters can be a replacement for ordinary transmitters and are connected via ordinary two-wire 4-20 mA wiring but with the added capability of digital communication from a smart hand-held interface (SFC) connected anywhere the 4-20 mA is accessible.What are the advantages of smart pressure transmitter? ›
Advantages of smart transmitter:
High accuracy and reliability. Single penetration into the measured cycle rather than the multiple penetration needed by discrete devices, enabling and cheaper deployment. Allowing remote recalibration or repositioning by giving them a wireless signal.
Highest power: Longwave, Taldom transmitter, 2500 kW.What is the accuracy of level transmitter? ›
Accuracy ±0.25％ F.S.How do you troubleshoot a transmitter? ›
- Verify power is applied to signal terminals.
- Check power wires for reversed polarity.
- Verify terminal voltage is 10.5 to 42.4 V dc.
- Check for open diode across test terminal.
- Power off the thermostat and remove the batteries.
- Put the batteries in the wrong way, with negative to positive and positive to negative.
- Wait ten seconds and put them back in the correct way.
- Your thermostat will be reset to factory settings. Be sure to reprogram your thermostat to your normal schedule.
The SMART transmitter stands for Single Modular Auto-ranging Remote Transducer.Is a transmitter and sensor the same thing? ›
Sensors are used to measure various parameters, such as temperature, pressure, and humidity, while transmitters are used to transmit the signals generated by these sensors to a central control system.
Misapplication. Given the bewildering variety of pressure transmitters available today, it is not surprising that one of the most common reasons for electronic pressure sensor failure is misapplication. Misapplication means using the wrong type of transmitter for an application.What is smart transmitter power supply? ›
SMART transmitter power supply - 12.5mm
It transfers the analog input signal to the safe area as an isolated current value. Digital signals may be superimposed on the input signal in the hazardous or safe area and are transferred bi-directionally.
A pressure transmitter is a standardized pressure measurement package consisting of three basic components: a pressure transducer, its power supply, and a signal conditioner/retransmitter that converts the transducer signal into a standardized output.What's the best station for a transmitter? ›
In our experience the lowest frequencies (usually between 88-95 FM) work best since they're often the least saturated. Once you set the adapter to this empty station you should hear silence which means you're connected.Is antenna faster than cable? ›
The HDTV picture you get with an antenna is actually better than what cable or satellite can provide (those services compress the signal so they can cram in more channels; there's much less compression with an over-the-air signal).How do I find the strongest antenna signal? ›
Use a signal-level meter to find the strongest signal
A meter eliminates the time-consuming trial-and-error process of placing the antenna, running a channel scan on your TV to see how many channels you get, trying a different antenna position, and rescanning to see if you get better results.
Capacitive pressure transmitters, resistive pressure transmitters, inductive pressure transmitters, semiconductor pressure transmitters, and piezoelectric pressure transmitters for high-frequency measurement. Among them, resistive pressure transmitters are the most used.Which signal has a better accuracy? ›
Analog signals provide a more accurate representation of changes in physical phenomena, such as sound, light, temperature, position, or pressure. Analog communication systems are less sensitive in terms of electrical tolerance.Can you calibrate a transmitter? ›
To perform the test:
Connect the transmitter test hose from the calibrator to the transmitter. Connect the mA measurement jacks of the calibrator to the transmitter. Set the pressure/vacuum selection knob to the necessary function. Close the vent knob and supply metering valve.
The transmitter fail mode is determined by process it is monitoring. If the transmitter in question fails one way or the other, what is the more conservative control system response as far as safety, equipment protection, revenue etc.
Fill the level transmitter chamber with water up to the 100% level. Read the level measurement in the transmitter LCD (or in the HART communicator). Set this condition as 100% level through HART communicator. Read the mA output of the transmitter by using a multimeter.How do you zero a level transmitter? ›
Open the equalize valve E1 on the high pressure, HP, (upstream) side of the transmitter. Do not open the low side equalize valve, E2, before the high side equalize valve. Doing so will over-pressure the transmitter. After zeroing the transmitter, close equalize valve E2 on the low pressure side of the transmitter.How often should transmitters be calibrated? ›
Direct-mounted pressure transmitters installed inside in a controlled environment on a process with stable conditions should be calibrated every four to six years.How do you zero a transmitter? ›
The zero-adjustment screw is located inside the cover. Use a slotted screwdriver to turn the zero-adjustment screw. Equalize the transmitter, then turn the screw clockwise to increase the output or counterclockwise to decrease the output.What is the output of smart transmitter? ›
The output of smart pressure transmitters are analog electrical signal and digital signal that can go through HART, Modbus, FieldBus and other protocols. Microprocessor on board of the transmitters allows increasing its accuracy and expanding the list of its functions.What are the basic components of smart transmitter? ›
Smart Transmitter: It is a compact unit comprising a sensor (or sensors), analog signal processing unit, transmitter circuit and a communication port.Why transmitter and receiver should be synced? ›
Synchronous transmission relies on a single pulse-clock available at both transmitter and receiver. Blocks of characters or bits are transmitted. To prevent timing drift between transmitter and receiver, their clocks must somehow be synchronized.What is the transmitter frequency? ›
A radio transmitter or just transmitter is an electronic device which produces radio waves with an antenna. Radio waves are electromagnetic waves with frequencies between about 30 Hz and 300 GHz.What is the main purpose of transmitter? ›
The purpose of most transmitters is radio communication of information over a distance.Is a 2 wire transmitter active or passive? ›
These devices are called passive because they do not have an active signal conditioning circuit or digital IC for calculating the value of the output signal. These devices have 2 wires creating a current source circuit when connected to a power supply.
A transmitter is a different kind of antenna that does the opposite job to a receiver: it turns electrical signals into radio waves so they can travel sometimes thousands of kilometers around the Earth or even into space and back. Antennas and transmitters are the key to virtually all forms of modern telecommunication.What is transmitter signal? ›
A signal transmitter is a device that transmits data from one place to another. In the case of mechanical equipment, a signal transmitter sends a process signal like temperature, pressure or humidity from a measurement apparatus to an electronic device like a panel meter, controller or computer.Is a transmitter analog or digital? ›
What is the difference between a digital transmitter and an analog transmitter? An analog transmitter measures in real time, has a measurement accuracy approximately 1 percent and is very responsive. A digital transmitter is microprocessor-based and measures in sampled time.How accurate is pressure transmitter calibration? ›
Typically, pressure transmitters are required to deliver anywhere from 0.5 to 2.0 percent of calibrated span performance. It should be noted that the required performance is installed performance and not reference accuracy.How accurate are Rosemount transmitters? ›
Up to 1.65 percent volumetric flow accuracy at 8:1 turndown. Connect to virtually any process with a comprehensive offering of process connections, fill fluids, direct mount, or capillary connections and materials.How accurate is Yokogawa pressure transmitter? ›
0.055% Accuracy (0.04% Accuracy optional) 0.1% Stability per 10 years. 90 ms Response Time.How accurate is rosemount flow transmitter? ›
2051T: This pressure transmitter is designed for absolute and pressure measurements up to 10,000 psi. The Rosemount gauge pressure transmitter possesses a 100:1 range down with standard reference accuracy of 0.075%.