Orion Instruments' JUPITER JM4 level transmitter offers fieldbus, advanced analytics, improved graphics and a rotatable, removable head to ease installation, operation and support. The JM4 is engineered to be the smartest, most innovative magnetostrictive transmitter available.
Numerous enhancements have been introduced, including greater signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), a full graphic local user interface, HART 7.0 (Foundation fieldbus available), local waveform capture, and a more intuitive device type manager (DTM) allowing for remote configuration, trending and diagnostics.
"It's a significant redesign and upgrade," says Juan Pereira, Orion global strategic planning manager. "Users want ease of use and reliability, both of which are instrumental in their safety programs, and we're providing just that. There is intrinsic value for our customers with the ability to easily rotate or remove the transmitter head from the probe. No other company delivers that feature."
The removable transmitter head simplifies transmitter maintenance and troubleshooting, all without disrupting the process. The angled dual-compartment enclosure, along with 310° of rotation, provides greater accessibility to operate the JM4's on-board graphical interface. A remote-mount option allows the head to be attached to the probe via a 3-ft. or 12-ft. flexible cable for easier viewing.