Rosemount 1151 Pressure Transmitter – Emerson
Rosemount 1151 Pressure Transmitter (Discontinued)
The Rosemount 1151 Pressure Transmitter was discontinued in 2011 after over 40 years of being the industry standard for pressure measurement. Relevant drawings and documentation are available below.
The Rosemount 1151 Pressure Transmitter is now obsolete. Please see the relevant documentation for product specifications.
- Reference accuracy: ± 0.075% of span
- Installed Stability: ± 0.01% of URL for 2 years
- Rangeability: 50:1
- Protocols available include 4-20mA HART, Analog, and Low Power
- Differential, gauge and absolute pressure measurements
- Pressure ranges up to 6000 psi
Foundation of Reliable Measurement
With over eight million transmitters installed worldwide, the Rosemount 1151 continues to offer industry leading value. Changing customer needs and new technologies have driven product improvements, while advanced manufacturing and testing processes have guaranteed product quality. The Rosemount 1151 is world-renowned for proven field reliability and longevity.
Proven field performance and reliability
For over 35 years, the 1151 has provided the process control industry with unsurpassed service and reliability in even the harshest of environments. The lasting customer preference results from a combination of advanced technology, and a tradition of field proven performance.
Commitment to continuous improvement
Through ongoing focus on continuous improvement, ±0.075% reference accuracy has been accomplished as a result of manufacturing and engineering enhancements. In addition, Smart electronics offer rangeability to 50:1, reducing the number of transmitters to specify, procure, and carry in inventory. A modular design allows interchangeable mechanical and electrical components, providing backward and forward compatibility.
The 1151 offers a variety of configurations for differential, gage, absolute and liquid- level
measurements including integrated solutions for pressure, level, and flow. High pressure models allow static line pressures up to 4500 psi (310 bar).
Multiple wetted materials, as well as alternative fill fluids ensure process compatibility. Smart, analog and low-power electronics are available to meet specific application requirements.