Starting at $1,137.22
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  • Available with an LCD or analog meter
  • Compact, rugged, and designed for industrial environments
  • Available with explosion-proof and intrinsic safety certifications
  • Provides flexible mounting options
  • Operating temp: -40 to 185°F) -40 to 70°C
  • Accuracy: 0.25% of calibrated range ±1 digit
  • Stability: 0.1% calibrated range ±1 digit per six months
  • Failure mode
  • Under/over range indication

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The Rosemount 751 Field Signal Indicators provide a means of displaying important process variables. These devices operate with any two-wire transmitter that measures input variables such as pressure, flow, liquid level, or temperature. Rosemount indicators are ideal for installations where an integral meter would be difficult to view.

Rosemount 751 Indicators are designed for use in industrial environments where all-weather performance is necessary. These units are vibration-and corrosion-resistant, and explosion-proof or intrinsically safe. An LCD meter or analog meter may be ordered to meet specific application requirements.

The LCD meter may be configured from a 4 mA point of –999 to a 20 mA point of 9999 with a linear or square-root response. A 20-segment bar graph at the bottom of the display directly represents the 4–20 mA signal.

Changing the 4 mA and 20 mA points is easy. Just remove the housing and meter covers, and press the meter faceplate buttons. The meter can be rotated in 90-degree increments within the enclosure for convenient viewing.

With the analog meter, several meter scaling options are available to suit special application requirements with ±2 percent of calibrated span accuracy. Linear 0 to 100 percent meter scaling is adequate for the majority of measurement applications. With a flow transmitter, a logarithmic 0 to 100 percent flow scale is available. As an option, the user can specify special meter scaling for direct readout in psi, gph, °F, °C, or other convenient engineering units.

The large, 2 1/4" diameter meter face has a 2" long scale for easy readability. A zero adjustment is located on the meter faceplate (accessible with the housing cover removed). The meter can be rotated within the enclosure for convenient viewing in 90-degree increments.