Web server with Promag 400!

Asset Management Flow Q&A

My Promag 400 has an Ethernet port. Do I need it? Actually, my flow meter is HART, so I don't know why it has this Ethernet port built in!

Expert’s answer: Web server with Promag 400!

You are wise to come to me, young grasshopper. I have all the answers. Okay, not all of them, but this one, yeah. You get a web server with Promag 400, and I promise, it will give you good things. Or at least one good thing.

You want this connection because it’ll make your setup soooo much easier. With an Ethernet cable and a laptop, you can control the world – of your little device, I mean. It has an IP address, and you can easily check out all your configurations using your friendly neighborhood web browser like Chrome or Firefox.

Web server with Promag 400
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The standard address is, so you need to set your laptop to a different address, like Now you can connect to your meter using the browser. Just type its IP address into the browser and bing bang boom! You found the configuration page!

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Web server – Courtesy of Endress+Hauser

The super-secret special access code is 0000. Yeah. Real original. Please change it. But remember what you changed it to, or you’re stuck! Good luck, Chuck!

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