Promass 200 with PROFIBUS PA

Field Network Flow Q&A

Can I have a loop-powered Promass 200 in a PROFIBUS network? I need to know about the power consumption of the flow meter.

Expert’s answer: Promass 200 with PROFIBUS PA

You certainly can pair a Promass 200 with PROFIBUS PA. The Promass 200 offers the loop-power option to the HART, FOUNDATION Fieldbus and PROFIBUS protocols, so you don’t need a separate power supply for it.

PROMASS 200 – Courtesy of Endress+Hauser

When we talk about the PROFIBUS network, it helps to know the device current output and consumption. The voltage for the PROMASS 200 ranges from 9 to 32 volts of direct current. If you have only one output working, then you should have a current of 16 milliamps and consumption of 1:512 milliwatts. You’ll get 2:2512 milliwatts when you have two outputs in operation.

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