Liquiline CM444/CM448 transmitters take inputs from up to eight analytical sensors, transmit them to a control system via 4-20mA analog outputs, HART, Profibus or Modbus networks, and provide remote access via an integrated web server.
Endress+Hauser introduces the Liquiline CM444 and CM448 multichannel transmitters for monitoring and controlling processes in water & wastewater, chemical, power and other industries.
Liquiline CM444 and CM448 accept inputs from up to eight Endress+Hauser Memosens digital sensors including nitrate, spectral absorption coefficient (SAC), pH, ORP, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, free-chlorine and ion selective electrode sensors. Mix and match as needed – the device recognizes any combination of Memosens sensors and starts operating immediately. Memosens technology means all sensors can be precalibrated in the laboratory. When connected to the Liquiline series of transmitters - sensors are recognized automatically. This makes the exchange of sensors fast and maximizes the uptime of the measuring point.
The Liquiline CM444 and CM448 can be field-upgraded at any time to accept additional inputs simply by plugging in additional modules. Optional current inputs are available for processing signals from other process devices such as flow, level or pressure sensors.
Outputs from the CM444 and CM448 transmitters include up to eight 4-20mA current outputs with HART; as well as Ethernet, Profibus, and Modbus TCP or 485 networks. An integrated web server provides remote access via any web browser.
Additional outputs include up to four relay outputs capable of switching 24, 115 or 230VAC. The relay outputs can be used to sound alarms, start or stop cleaning functions, activate a controller, or perform other related functions.
The web server connects to the Internet via the CM444 or CM448 transmitter’s Ethernet TCP port. Using any web browser, users can perform remote configuration or access to device parameters.
Virtual Process Values
In addition to actual process values provided by the sensors or analog inputs, mathematical functions can be used to calculate a maximum of six "virtual" process values. The following mathematical functions are possible:
The virtual process values can be:
The Liquiline CM444 and CM448 transmitters have a back-lit graphic display that alerts users to errors and displays load curves. It also has drop-down menus for monitoring values, and displays outputs from the built-in data logger. The data logger can maintain up to eight separate data logbooks, with 150,000 entries per logbook. The data logger has an adjustable scan time of one second to six hours, and a logbook that keeps track of up to 75 calibrations.
Device configuration, diagnostics and maintenance asset functions can be accomplished with Endress+Hauser’s FieldCare software. FieldCare, based on FDT/DTM technology, can connect to the CM444 or CM448 via a service interface or HART.
The CM444 and CM448 transmitters have a rugged plastic NEMA4X/IP66/67 housing that is leak proof and corrosion-resistant, making it ideal for use in non-hazardous applications in water & wastewater, oil & gas, chemical and power industries.
For more information on the CM444 and CM448, please go to the product page at: www.us.endress.com/liquiline
Endress+Hauser is one of the world's leading suppliers of measuring devices, services and solutions for industrial process engineering. In 2011, the company group recorded sales of approx. 1.9 billion dollars with more than 8,500 employees. Endress+Hauser supplies sensors, devices, systems and services for level, flow, pressure and temperature measurement as well as liquid analysis and measured value recording. The company supports its customers with automation, logistical and IT services and solutions.
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