This question about PROMASS 100 is easy to answer: If your device is HART, you can install a remote HART display which will read the HART variables. The simplest available solution would be a 4-20mA display.  The display usually scales out the display of the  4- 20mA to 0-100% or other units.

Promass 100
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This solution can also be applied to a Foundation Fieldbus or PROFIBUS device. You can purchase remote displays, which show the process variable throughout the digital protocol.

Check out the remote display RIA 15 on our shop. You can also read more about this product here. 

RIA15 Loop-powered indicator for 4...20 mA or HART®
in the shop from 159€
  • You can read more about PROMASS 100 at Visaya Solution:

EtherNet/IP PROMASS: Integrating an EtherNET/IP device into the Rockwell system is easy. The PROMASS 100 offers a seamless integration with different types of control systems. Read More

PROMASS into EtherNet/IP: The Promag 100 should have Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). That means that when you connect the device to the EtherNet/IP network, the flow meter will assume an IP address. Read more

PROFINET Flow meter: To be honest, there are already better options on the market nowadays. The Emerson Automation Solutions offer the Micro Motion 5700 with PROFINET, EtherNet/IP and Modbus. Read More

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