Short and Focused Rosemount Measurement Videos

by | Jan 26, 2011 | Measurement Instrumentation

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Social Marketing Leader

Emerson’s Rosemount measurement team has a YouTube channel with videos demonstrations of pressure, level, temperature, flow, wireless, and associated products. At last count there are now 31 videos posted. Although the channel is 3 months old, 27 of the videos have been added in the past week.

Most of the videos are 2-4 minutes long and are focused around a specific product or application. Here are a few examples:

Bill Zhou explains how the Rosemount 3051S Pressure Transmitter with Advanced Diagnostics can help you detect reliability issues in loop power integrity such as unstable power supplies, water in the terminal block, or degraded wiring.

Elizabeth Anderson explains how transmitters in the Rosemount Temperature portfolio contain features and diagnostics that can help you understand your process variables as well as track, mitigate, or diagnose process and device abnormalities.

Lori Egbers explains how the Rosemount 5300 Guided Wave Radar with new diagnostic capabilities can monitor surface signal quality and enable preventative maintenance

Visit the Rosemount Measurement channel to see the complete list and subscribe to the channel if you want to see the new videos as they are added. If you’re going to the Emerson Exchange in Nashville in October, make sure to visit with Bill, Elizabeth, Lori, and the rest of Rosemount brand experts behind these videos.

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